Monthly Archives: August 2012

Mama Monkeys…..End of Summer Reflections

It was the late afternoon, the sun was slowly setting, and as we drifted back to our cabin after a long day of surf and sun, we came upon a tribe of monkeys up in the mango trees above our … Continue reading

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Unique Creations…..End of Summer Reflections

Good morning. Last week of August. I imagine many of you are enjoying the last days of your summer before launching into your autumn season. We’re turning in that direction as well. I’ve collected a random list of thoughts over … Continue reading

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Buddymoons…..End of Summer Reflections

I grow weary at times of endless headlines parading across my screens. It’s amazing to me that some people spend all day trying to “catch” us with phrases that will intrigue us enough to “click”. I’ll admit it. This one … Continue reading

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Stumbling Over Good Things…..End of Summer Reflections

It has occurred to me in these midlife years that it is just as easy to stumble over “good” things as “bad”. Over centuries, the list of “bad” remains relatively the same. Paul lists a few in Galatians via The … Continue reading

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Managing vs Living Life…..End of Summer Reflections

Good morning. My back porch was peaceful this morning. The autumn migration of birds is beginning, and so the forest is changing – new sounds, fresh appearances – based on the amount of tweeting in the early morning hours, they … Continue reading

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Writing as Practice…..End of Summer Reflections

It’s time to start writing again. Writing is a spiritual practice if you allow it to become part of your daily or weekly rhythm. The last article in the latest edition of Weavings was a clear nudge to get back … Continue reading

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