Monthly Archives: July 2010

SUDDENLY BORROWED

IT’S Monday morning, sun is out, already warming, and I type with arms lifted to avoid lifting the paper as well, from the moisture. I read Joe Riley’s Panhala this morning and I want to repeat the last lines, as … Continue reading

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A BIRTH ACROSS CONTINENTS

This is part of a story of a father and mother, Greg and Tara Mortenson. Greg co-wrote the book , Three Cups of Tea, about his peace work building schools in Pakistan and Afghanistan. I picked up this book this … Continue reading

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IN THE BEGINNING

On page 26, I quote: “But first let us begin at the beginning, back there in the Garden of Eden, and explore not where it all went wrong, but what in fact was so right, so gloriously right about Eve … Continue reading

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FIND THAT PLACE

I have been asking the universe (Universe ?) to help me find where I am blind to myself. It’s there somewhere because I find I am often not happy. I have made this a conscious search and request, and I … Continue reading

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