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Making Space

| April 7, 2012 | 0 Comments
Making Space

Whether on the job or in a relationship, the silenced, those who are not heard, are being disconnected from space. Space is a metaphor used here to refer to interior and exterior places – the spaciousness of the galaxy and invisible space in stones and bones. Both hold our individual and collective history and destiny. [...]

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IN BLOOM – NYC Photographer Ocean Morisset

| March 5, 2012 | 0 Comments
IN BLOOM – NYC Photographer Ocean Morisset

  NURTURE YOUR SPIRIT! My name is Ocean Morisset, and I’m a Photographer living in New York City. The biggest lesson I feel life has been teaching me lately is to trust that whatever adversity I face, all that is needed to overcome it is inside of me. In my case, I learned that my [...]

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Don L Castor’s “Lookin’ 4 Somethin’ “

| February 21, 2012 | 0 Comments
Don L Castor’s “Lookin’ 4 Somethin’ “

My name is Don L Castor.  I am a singer/songwriter, based out of Los Angeles. I am currently on a quest in Europe. The biggest lesson I feel life has been teaching me lately is to be true to myself no matter what. That sounds so simple and even easy for most, but that has [...]

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THE MANTRA OF GREATFULLNESS

| January 11, 2012 | 0 Comments
THE MANTRA OF GREATFULLNESS

Dear One, You can be such a bad magician, throwing lightening bolts at you own feet and then jumping in surprise. Today know that you don’t have to fear your own creation. Despite appearances to the contrary you can be grateful for it ALL, the “good” and the “bad”. And you don’t need to know [...]

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Acts of Terror – An Encounter with Reverend Al Miller

| January 9, 2012 | 0 Comments
Acts of Terror – An Encounter with Reverend Al Miller

“In relation to Mrs Portia Simpson Miller’s recently revealed personal position that sexual orientation is a non-issue for her when considering Cabinet ministers and that she is more concerned with ability, Rev Al Miller had this to say: “I am seriously concerned about that, because it is saying that moral values become secondary to ability [...]

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