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Hope is the thing with feathers

by Kristen Raz

There’s a chill in the air, but not unpleasant. Take a deep breath and walk. It’s a clean, hopeful air that you’re breathing in. 436 more words

Darkness

The life of Emily

EMILY ELIZABETH DICKINSON

Emily’s life began on a cold winter night on December 10th 1830 in the town of Amherst Massachusetts. She was the child of Emily Norcross Dickinson and Edward Dickenson, who was a well known lawyer in the town of Amherst as well as a highly respected trustee of Amherst College. 1,109 more words

Death

Lessons from the past

Emily tells us that Hope is a thing with wings…

(or at least feathers)

if so, it sings.

(no matter the weather)

it is up to us to listen to the song – 8 more words

The Now

What are we without hope?

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Contents compiled: September 18 2016
Originally published: September 22 2016
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Poetry

A Quiet Passion: The Hardships of Being an Extra

It was five in the morning and the sun hadn’t even risen yet. I already regretted everything. Not just my decision to be an extra in a movie about Emily Dickinson – oh no – at five in the morning I regretted life. 1,333 more words

Diary

I had been hungry, all the Years --

How hungry are you? What does it mean to be hungry? Emily Dickinson’s reflections give me pause. My comments follow.

I had been hungry, all the Years –

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Spiritual Formation