Monthly Archives: May 2014

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Reading.  Poetry.  If there are artists out there, I ask for a gift.  Represent the thought from Walt Whitman’s “Offerings.”  There poem in its entirety:  “A thousand perfect men and women appear, / Around each gathers a cluster of friends, … Continue reading

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Wednesday, May 21, 2014

NOTICING CONVEYANCES ON WALKS. A pre-school child, dressed neatly in t-shirt, shorts, and tennis shoes, rides a tricycle on the sidewalk. It seems new; it is clean and bright green. “Nice bike!” I say as I pass by. He smiles … Continue reading

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Wednesday, May 14, 2014

SPRING TONIC. Grandmothers told me about their mothers and grandmothers and the concocting of tonics to be taken in spring. I thought such practices were now just lore. But during my session in Reiki last week, the practitioner advised a … Continue reading

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