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for: ‘Gratefulness’

Making Sense of the Tsunami

I found a great article (CNN’s Jessica Ravitz’s “Finding Faith Amid Disaster”) that compiled comments from various belief sectors (including ones from a rabbi, a Buddhist priest, a Jesuit priest, one of the directors of the Islamic Society, a Buddhist monk, an atheist, a Buddhist nun, and the president and CEO of the Billy Graham […]

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Hello Again

Oh, it’s so good to be back.  I’ve missed you sorely.  It really took me too long to fix this website and transfer it over to WordPress.  I had to learn how to code html and what an ftp client was and how to tweak a logo. In the meantime, I’ve concocted a new Living the […]

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Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

I’ve missed all of you! We’ll see if this works.  For some reason, Apple’s “cloud-in-the-sky” (some fuddy-duddy thing called MobileMe) decided to oust me for the past couple of weeks, even though all is seemingly well on my end.  After hours of technical support and a final sad shake of a head–“we don’t know what’s […]

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Weekend Fun

Saturday: Boating on Lake Minnetonka…Sebastian Joe’s, the best ice cream shop EVER, maybe simply because it has that giant climb-all-over tortoise in their garden courtyard…then to Wild Rumpus, a darling children’s bookstore, full of animals and birds and a boat on the ceiling! Sunday: Sushi picnic at the playground. [Post image: Sebastian Joe’s ever-changing ice […]

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We Are All Kin in the Desert

Good morning, my sweet readers.  I’m in the middle of a lovely week with my mother.  We’ve had the best conversations, and now, it’s raining outside (a slight drizzle), so we’re both holed up–reading, writing–just for a couple of hours or so. I give this poem to you today. For the Sake of Strangers Dorianne […]

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