Dream Power

Tiger stalksdreamtime –meaning elusive I am technologydependent –AI stimulatingconnection Sense and instinctshelved in favourof pings and beeps Only in sleepdo I glimpsereal power. (Tuesdays, I borrow from Twitter @VjknutsonImage my own)

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Prevailing Might

The world, I’d say, is struggling to endure – upheaval the new norm old protocols redundant – insane the political thrum. Surely hope has remained, a constant flickering might.

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Soul Power

How bright is the soul that dares to stand alone, who gives voice to injustice, who is willing to sacrifice self for a higher purpose… What song might we sing if such a spirit moved us?

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It’s Time, Women

It’s time to resurrect our confidence, recapture the sensitivity of intuitive knowing, acknowledge the power of our resiliency; we are women merciful companions healers attending Divinity’s passage, peace-seekers directing life’s journey. Too long have we equated self-esteem with patriarchal agendas, disappointed with our inability to meet media standards, blamed ourselves for divorce, disease, staying home […]

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Day 218 “Rule Your Life”

My five-year-old feet twisted and slipped in the dusty soil of the farmer’s plowed field, making my journey a challenge. Normally, I would take the long way, through the neighbourhood backyards, but today the hazy humidity was too thick for even the slightest breeze, and the sun beat down relentlessly, a I just wanted to […]

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Day 178 “The Tao of Money”

We are in the bank and I am waiting as Thor does his banking and stops to visit with the employees.  He hugs one teller and another near me looks at me with a sorrowful expression.  I don’t clue in until this happens three times, and then I realize the embrace is more intimate than […]

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Path Rights

Born underweight, and with a hole in her heart, my oldest sister seemed doomed from the start.   By the time I was born, her condition had deteriorated, and she spent most of her time in hospital.  My parents were told to expect the worst.  Open-heart surgery was the great new procedure that saved her life […]

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Abuse and Money

I arrived home from school one day to find my mother sitting in a corner trembling, her face face blotched red and swollen from crying.  “Mom?” The eyes that stared back at me were distant.  This was not my mother.  I took stock of the situation.  It was 3:15.  My little sister would be home […]

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