Tag Archives: Compassion



The Wolf You Feed …

Thanks to Tracy Brooks for finding & sharing this wolf photo at Facebook which reminded me of the Native American story told by a grandfather to his grandson and Pema Chodron’s book, Taking the Leap inspiring this morning’s labyrinth writing … Continue reading

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Purpose, passion, practice and possibility …

Although I wrote these pieces on Sunday and intended to publish them immediately, the week took on a life of its own. So it is that I find myself recording them to share on Friday afternoon instead. Better late than … Continue reading

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Forgiveness, compassion, gratitude and speaking our truth

Once again I’m sharing the second of three labyrinth pieces from this morning because I feel drawn to do so. I notice that in the first piece I explore ‘yesterday’s residue’ and ‘today’s concerns’ in specific terms … freeing up … Continue reading

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