The Art of Forgiveness

Any reparations course of love and forgiveness includes asking oneself: How can I have done things better today? How did I use my words today? How did I direct my heart? Where was I kind? Where was I not? And where I felt I was kind, where could I have even been kinder and done better? Let us affirm that forgiveness is a process. ...


The Value in Forgiveness

On the heels of a Thanksgiving, at least in Canada, and due soon for my neighbours in the north, it is a season to give gratitude to what we are fortunate to have. In doing so, we can better extend the limits of our concern to others. ... It would follow then from that, also, that forgiveness for the things we have not mindfully done and giving our forgiveness to things beyond our control is part of harvesting a gratitude package, too.


The Expression of Gratitude – Part 2

With gratitude, life becomes more whimsical, less personal, calmer, more richly detailed, and more richly connected as an energy to experience for yourself and to extend to other hearts. In this way, gratitude is a lot more than thankfulness. Gratitude is an awareness of connection and appreciation to something larger than just yourself. ...


Out of Egypt

The story of the Exodus or of a people from years of bondage is a narrative, to some a myth, that impacts a lot of ways of seeing the world. My family tells the story often, if not at least once a year, and it has me wonder...


Crystal Skies

Its important we remember...Kristallnacht, 1938... Every day a tree lives its dying. / Inside its vast shell, its cells transform / in the same moment its leaves are drinking up sun. / It doesn’t matter what form the season. / ...


The Year of The Dog
(in seven steps of short story)

Last year, I had the rare privilege of visiting Hong Kong and Macau. The children were magnificent in beauty and presence. The people I met were gentle, enormously hospitable, and kind. This same truth amplified and held for me having just returned back from travels in on the heels of the year of the dog.... Theo is very happy about a year that shines a spotlight of consideration on his most winning features of balance and heart. For him, always, it is a year of loyalty and non-judgment....


Ice Stories

Twenty years ago this last week, January 4 through January 10, 1998, the city of Montreal was hit by a massive ice storm, a true tempest, and all stopped for several days. .... In an unexpected ice-storm for self-actualizing mind-travels with atmospheric tree-lined phenomena / I found dream-flame unraveling, the day’s polar brushstroke, the suspense of a night planet, the stainless polar dark of new sea ....

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