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The Irony of Life, Part 16: The Twelfth Hour

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Sometimes, even if you hate the place you live, it’s a good idea to stay put. Continue reading

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The Irony of Life, Part 9: Accepting Life

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The new buyers of the house I sold on March 13 have broken the contract they signed and done their best to evict me during the COVID-19 Pandemic. But my friends and family gave me the strength to fight back: with words. Continue reading

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Hitting the Bottom

What you think and feel is what you experience, not what others say. Continue reading

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Dare To Be Your True Self

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The Last Word is a good film for anyone who believes they’ve failed their life or are afraid to follow their heart. Continue reading

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Independence Day!

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Personal independence means different things to different people, including your level of evolution as a conscious human being. Continue reading

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The In-Between:  Resistance is Futile

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My understanding of what I call “The In-Between” has become clearer as I’m in it again. It feels the same–like being the only one on the planet–but it no longer scares me. Continue reading

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Mirrors of Life On the Screen

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Series:  Watching Movies from a Different Perspective While recovering from elbow surgery, I gave myself permission to “Netflix” several TV series and movies.  The ones I think about most were the TV series Blue Bloods and Designated Survivor, and the … Continue reading

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Conclusion: The Drifter Series

Clearing garage clutter with Feng Shui was so much more than just getting rid of stuff. Continue reading

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Gifts from Working with the Drifter

The gifts of working with the drifter were beyond simply getting the garage cleaned out. His irritating behavior allowed me to identify what I could do to have more joy, fewer hassles in my life. Continue reading

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The Drifter, Part 12: Abandoned Again!

I am never alone. Even for a heavy-lifting garage project, the spiritual “helpers” who have always been there for me were there to help me, even for this. Continue reading

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NEW Isn’t Always Better

Life has certainly changed in thirty years, but all changes aren’t necessarily better. Continue reading

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The “In-Between”

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Our questions are answered however we can receive them. Continue reading

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The Gift of My Weird Publishing Project

And now I realize that the real gift of doing my weird indie publishing project has been the opportunity to continue healing myself because all that stuff that happened so long ago had affected my current life in ways I could not imagine. Continue reading

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The Journey of a Self-Publisher is Paved with Good Intentions

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“I couldn’t allow any room for excuses if I wanted to make my mark in the publishing business.” Continue reading

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Intention of An Indie Author

The Cosmic Thump, the shock when all the drama ended, was a reminder to practice my chosen path of “Love.” Continue reading

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New Year’s: A Time to Contemplate Beliefs

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Why I’m no longer the seeker I was when the story of my awakening experience (told in the Burnout to Bliss series) happened almost 30 years ago. Continue reading

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BURNOUT is FREE!

I knew the trip had been important for me, because I finally had positive God experiences. Before camping with the shamans, I had had some not-so-positive experiences – like seeing Jesus and Satan casually discussing who should get me, or being murdered while I was teaching. Continue reading

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Weird Publishing Project: Books 1 & 2 FREE!

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Books 1 & 2 in the Burnout to Bliss series are FREE for a limited time for the Vernal Equinox! Continue reading

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My Weird Indy Publishing Project: Book 2

CYCLING n the CITY is the story about the first several month’s breakaway from the career job with one paycheck and no plans. Continue reading

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My Weird Indy Publishing Project: Recovery from Crisis!

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I totally freaked when I did the Draft to Launch planning and realized that publishing a book every 3 months only left 6-7 weeks to write a 50,000 book… Continue reading