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Rusted Development

By | Bold Living, Conscious Remembering, David Ault, Faith, Inner Vision, Intentional Living, Joseph Campbell, New Thought, Spirituality | No Comments

Once, when living in Los Angeles, I came across a circular metal patio table that someone left curbside in my neighborhood. It was the perfect fit for my postage stamp sized backyard area. I brought it home, spruced it up with spray paint, and marveled at my new find and estimated cost savings. The only problem was that I had not thoroughly examined the table’s condition. There were huge circular rust patches underneath its top. No amount of painting over it would remedy its corrosion. The paint would repeatedly peel off. It needed a good deal of sanding and repair…

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You Were Made For This

By | Affirmation, Blog, Conscious Remembering, Current Events, Faith | No Comments

This profound writing by Clarissa Pinkola Estes continues to surface at pivotal times to remind us why we are here. Take to heart that our first task towards transcendent living is remembering the value and worth of those immediately around us.    You Were Made for This. My friends, do not lose heart. We were made for these times. I have heard from so many recently who are deeply and properly bewildered. They are concerned about the state of affairs in our world now. Ours is a time of almost daily astonishment and often righteous rage over the latest degradations…

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Keep Planting Seeds

By | Faith, Happiness, Success | No Comments

With monumental events happening in our world every day, I cannot help but reflect on our forebears who carried the same desire and intent within their hearts that we carry. Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness is nothing new, but a longing as ancient as consciousness. And many, named and unnamed have walked the trails, tilled the soil, and excavated the physical and metaphorical rubble away from our landscape in order that those things might find breath. There is a profound Zen proverb that says the seed never sees the flower.   Far too many times we see how…

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