Tag Archives: transition

falling from the sky

Like many of us, there have been times in my life when I have looked up to the heavens, begging whatever divine force may be listening for a sign of what to do, or a portent of what is to … Continue reading

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Necessary Decisions

It’s been quite a week here in the paths I travel in my daily life. First of all, spring is in full bloom and I have probably breathed in a pound of pollen. My eyes and sinuses and lungs are … Continue reading

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Showing up

I woke this morning with one intention: showing up to my life. I also woke, as did those of you reading this, to the shut-down of the government after a stalemate impasse around legislation and budget and social policy. Similarly, … Continue reading

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For Equilibrium

I find myself speaking about transition and the search for equilibrium quite often these days; I also find myself seeking stillness and solitude in the midst of many changes around me and within me. I found this blessing tonight which … Continue reading

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Last Trip to Lilydale

This is an “archive” story that I wrote several years ago, reflecting back to the last days of summer during a time of transition in my life. I write often these days on my blog about my current expressions of … Continue reading

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Sunset

This poem conveys where I am right now, tonight, on this magnificent journey. Calmly living and growing in this space in-between. Sunset Slowly the west reaches for clothes of new colors which it passes to a row of ancient trees. … Continue reading

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Blogging in Narnia

I am in Narnia as I write this morning. I literally opened the wardrobe, parted the thick, furry coats, and stepped through the door onto a little ledge among the mountain top vista which surrounds me as I write. It … Continue reading

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Susan Speaks Spirit

I have spent the past week weaving together photos, reflections, quotes, and other tributes from members of my faith community as we prepare to say good-bye and send our well-wishes to Susan, who has been our Associate Rector for the … Continue reading

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Commencement

I am writing in the midst of “celebration season” (a phrase coined by my colleague Kia Bentley) here in academia. Yesterday, we celebrated our doctoral graduates and award winners in our school of social work. This morning, I shall don … Continue reading

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