To Accept Freedom
Nowhere to hide, everywhere to grow,
and in this moment: ability to accept freedom.
Freedom as surrender:
To love, to loss, to forgiveness, to joy
Freedom as willingness:
March 21, 2013 by Lynn Thompson Under accept, freedom, lynn thompson Posted in PONDERING | Comments Off on To Accept Freedom
This feels like coming home! Until a few years ago, I lived in the ‘Warmland’—farming, vending at the Duncan Farmers’ Market, and writing a weekly column for The Citizen called...
March 21, 2013 by Karin Lengger Under choices, money Posted in MINDFUL LIVING | Comments Off on 50 Shades of Green: The Power of Money
For generations, women have had dieting pushed on them. As a mass group we have long accepted that the way to lose weight is to eat less and move more. Fantastic logic and far be it...
March 21, 2013 by Kathie Marshall Under dieting, eating, Kathie, loss, Marshall, senses, taste, weight Posted in HEALTH & WELLNESS | Comments Off on A New Way to Think About Weight Loss
Have issues regarding child labour in Third World (developing) countries improved??First, let us define the words ‘child’ and?‘labour’ as well as the term ‘child labour’....
March 21, 2013 by Sara Daigle-Stevens Under child labour, improvements, industry, labor Posted in MINDFUL LIVING | Comments Off on Are There Improvements Being Made Regarding Child Labour?
A leading news magazine devoted a recent editorial to food being wasted in Canada. The waste does not only occur, for instance, when milk produced beyond the quota is being dumped,...
March 21, 2013 by Giselher Weber Under food waste, Giselher Weber Posted in MINDFUL LIVING | Comments Off on Avoiding Food Waste
I had read, heard and experienced that help can come from the most unexpected sources. Skeptic that I was, I still needed more proof. With the aid of hindsight, I had come to see many...
March 15, 2013 by Michael Greenstein Under Getting Stuck on the Expressway, Michael Greenstein Posted in PONDERING | Comments Off on Getting Stuck on the Expressway
My husband decided he wanted a project for his retirement. Music keeps an aging brain nimble and alert, he’d heard. And he was proud of his Scots heritage, so he settled on the bagpipes.
March 6, 2013 by Julie Ann Luoma Under It's in the bag, Julie Ann Luoma Posted in PONDERING | Comments Off on Shift: It’s in the Bag
I see my life’s journey measured in a strand of beads, 19 chunky one-inch beads, Flintstone style! Right now, my strand holds 18 beads. I am about to add the nineteenth bead after...
March 6, 2013 by Stephanie Clark Under beads, stephanie clark, stringing Posted in PONDERING | 2 Comments »
The secret to discovering the deep purpose hidden at the core of your life can be found in the two-thousand-year-old classic, the Bhagavad Gita, writes Stephen Cope in The Great Work...
March 6, 2013 by Mary Ann Moore Under Stephen Cope, Tammy Strobel, The Great Work of Your Life, The Green Thoreau, You Can Buy Happiness Posted in PONDERING | Comments Off on Recommended Reading
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