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Into the Mire (days 28,29)

Earth so effectively mirrors our soul powers simply because our souls are elements of earth’s soul.

Bill Plotkin, Soulcraft

Yesterday as I walked I felt that Grandmother Earth had a message for me. 1,032 more words

In honesty and truth

You know one of those moments that really escape every explanation, and you feel like your soul is about a thousand years old, and no matter how hard you try and look at a situation in every perspective. 786 more words

Uncanny Thoughts!

Trashy Kindness

That’s right! Help out with some trashy kindness today :) If you like, take out the trash, or help with another chore, as a random act of kindness today :) 205 more words

Act Of Kindness

The London ordeal

About a month ago I set on a mission to find a room to rent in London. What could be easier right? According to the recent study, every sixth person desires to live and work in London and according to my own naked eye observation at least every second actually ends up pursuing this desire and clearly succeeds – judging from the population density on trains/buses/streets. 461 more words

London

The Seven Year Break

“Stop!!” shouted my husband as he saw the pickpocket run off with my wallet. After a second’s pause, he ran after the thief as fast as he could but with little success of retrieving the wallet. 1,457 more words

Amsterdam

Ordeal Scale

I’ve noticed that my degree of recovery (or otherwise) can be gauged roughly according to a scale of how much of an ordeal any action or event creates. 394 more words

Health

Bad Blessings for Imperfect Saints

Comments for All Saints Sunday (and Confirmation) – 3 Nov 14

Revelation 7:9-17; Matthew 5:1-12

T: “Praise to you, O Christ?!” It’s one of those Gospel readings that makes you wonder. 1,102 more words