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How to be The Light as the World Grows Increasingly Dark

As rights and equal opportunities roll back like rugs in a defunct business, our world grows increasingly darker. We must all hold the light of truth, of love, of compassion, as steady as we can every single day.

A Picture of Embodied Courage.

When you think of the word “courage,” what pictures comes to your mind? Do you think of a warrior? A soldier? A police officer? For me personally, (with no disrespect intended toward those folks) the word courage conjures up a …

A Reflection on the Promise and Limits of Compassion

While compassion practices provide a deep sense of oneness and solidarity, no other practice or human emotion, compassion calls us to feel more deeply into the vulnerability of being human.

Unleashing the Feminine: A Word about our Words.

The weakening of the archetypal feminine, through our words, will continue on to hurt the feminine in body and mind. That is, unless we stop it.

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