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The Search For Who We Really Are

by Judith.
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"Who are we really?” Is this the question, the key question for each of us?

It’s All About Connecting the Dots. But Where are the Dots?

by Judith.
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Has the experience of the pandemic helped you to identify a strong need for connection? What and where are the dots you can see to connect in your life?

Competition for Resources – Maintaining a Sense of Humour

by Judith.
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As I struggled with the ant invasion I also struggled with my values about interdependence, ecosystem maintenance, and my right to kill while defending myself.

Changing Our Position Can Change Our Perspective

by Judith.
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How we “see” things can limit our vision of our path forward. Sometimes even changing position physically can change perspective.

Nature Knows to Clean Enough Space to Let in the New

by Judith.
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The beach today is clean and the ocean smooth as glass. The ocean is offering up its stillness in readiness for the new waves and the tide that will return.

My World Has Been Weary Waiting for The Sun to Return

by Judith.
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For days I have wakened to the sound of down pouring rain, bad news for my exercise routine. My meditative walk has been out of the question, and as a result I have been missing its therapeutic calming effect. But today the sun has come back to cheer the world and me.

A Gift Today

by Judith.
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A beautiful panorama of ocean and sky greets my eyes. I see a fisherman, an older man, fishing in the traditional way with a net he throws. It is quite beautiful to watch; the movements are like a ballet.

A “Hoodie” Day

by Judith.
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The sky is overcast and the huge waves I see in the distance will come crashing onto the beach. A couple of motorcycle taxis pass me and the drivers are wearing their hooded sweatshirts; they feel cold. Having lived here for such a long time I feel the cold too.

Congratulate Yourself For Being “slow” !!!!

by Judith.
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Sometimes being “slow” can be a valuable characteristic. Being “slow” can make you a better decision maker, and promote creativity.

Sometimes A Most Perfect Thing Is Only Seen By Accident

by Judith.
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The rushing, the stress, the busy-ness of our modern lives cheats us of the most significant awareness of our surroundings, our relationships.
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