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Bridging the Generations in Local Government - 17

We’re in the 17th week of our Cookingham Connection series today as we hear from Kurt Bressner. He is the Florida Senior Advisor  for ICMA,  a position he has held since September 2011. 816 more words

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The 'Ordinary' Immortal

The ‘Grail’ really has been right in front of us…disguised cleverly within the ‘ordinary’.

The ordinary us – our physical body and reality – is so magnificent and yet the psychological and emotional wound inflicted by the belief ‘ physical death is inevitable’ has clouded our vision. 293 more words

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YES and YEAH! :) This past year has been brutal for many. All the places that we doubted ourselves and lost faith in our ability to really be the change in our lives that we came in seeking, seemed to be up at once. We encountered wave after relentless wave of not being able to move forward, until all doubts and fears resolved in us. We are the bridge builders of the new life that we always knew was possible, where all are encouraged and supported to be the best that we can be, entering life in a space of fullness, rather than lack. Well it is beginning to look and feel like many of us were up for the task and the hard work is now behind us. Trusting each moment to open and provide the appropriate supports for where I am headed next is all a part of divine design, left lifetimes ago when we fell into separation consciousness. No more. We are entering a very new time, never experienced on this planet before by so many at once. Celebrate, we made it and now we are ready to have some fun! We are entering a magical new time a midst the powerful gateways of 11:11 and the 12:12, culminating on the Solstice, where the light of the world; our love for life, will become more visible in all of our lives.

It's Not Enough...

It’s not enough to be simply grateful. And it’s not enough to be simply generous…

This morning I’m blogging over at my sister’s 1Love for Christ ministry blog… 171 more words

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Plant Alpha: Assassin by Nicola Cameron

Please welcome Nicola Cameron to The Eclectic Zaftig Chick. She’s got a little sneak peek on how her latest novel evolved.

I owe a huge debt of gratitude to Diana Gabaldon with regards to Assassin. 1,033 more words

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3 Things Taylor Swift Teaches Us About Communicating Change

The last several weeks have been big ones for Taylor Swift. She released her fifth studio album, 1989, and with it, set off a litany of records: best opening week of her already lucrative career, only platinum release of 2014, best weekly sales of any artist album, surpassing The Eminem Show in 2002, and Swift is the only artist to sell more than 1 million albums in one week for the third time. 898 more words

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Guest Post: Katie and Andrew

We have a guest post from our visitors, Katie and Andrew! Today will be an introduction, but later their visit they will share some of there experiences in Asia. 359 more words

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Guest post 2: Architectural street style #2

For Antwerpen Streetstyle I’ve asked a few of my most stylish friends for their favorite buildings in Antwerp. In this second and final post, I’m showing you two lesser known buildings in the city. 87 more words

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