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Dominant Hand: I know: my reaction’s my choice.

You can try on another reaction.

Right Brain

Revolutionary Acts





These are revolutionary acts. Their endgame is peace. Their leitmotif, trust that we will do what is required.

Just as peace is available to us in the experience of every moment so is the ability to commit revolutionary acts. 512 more words

KM Huber

And It Was

Just a reminder: I’m posting snippets from my Alternate Handwriting sessions.    Although written by and “to” me, I hope these glimmers are also of service to you. 57 more words

Right Brain

suffering and compassion

I think I wrote something about forgiveness at some point in a previous blog.  It’s something I think everyone struggles with a great deal including myself. 361 more words


POSTCARD #154: Delhi: For a few days now my bag has been lying on the bed while I search around for the clothes I’m taking with me on the trip to Thailand. 648 more words

The 'now' Moment

Day Seventeen: Today I Choose Happiness

Poetically, it is National Coffee Day today!

I’ve quit coffee a number of times over the years, but now I’ve accepted that there’s a psychological boost to my one cup of coffee in the morning, as much as a physical addiction to caffeine. 1,220 more words

30 Day No Fail Happiness Challenge

The "Perfect" Son

Let’s continue reflecting on the wonderful story Jesus told of the Father’s immense love for us. Trying to share the conferences I heard on the parable of the Prodigal Son became a daunting task that stalled me, so I’ll just take a few moments to share my own thoughts about the elder son–the son who stayed faithful, who stayed home with his father and did all he could to do what he believed  the father expected of him. 340 more words

Living The Gospel