People talk about things 'getting back to normal' once this is all over. I hope that doesn't happen. I hope people are forever changed in how they view our families, our friends, our communities and our world. My experience is not going to be the same as those on the front line that are working … Continue reading What is Normal?
>If I was crazy, would I truly know it? Is the fact that I question it often a sign of sanity? Or is it instead, just an awareness of INsanity?I grew up religion-less. Not only did we have no real religious upbringing, but there was no spirituality either. Not that rare in Western Canada.My mother … Continue reading >Always the Wanderer
>Okay, this is a tough one to post. Mainly because I've been pretty anti-ADHD all my life.Anyhow, here goes-I've always felt that I have a broken or missing filter.Think of yourself as a coffee pot (hehe, I talk about coffee whenever possible)The filter is there to keep the grounds out of the brew and only … Continue reading >ADHD – Or, ‘Living Life with a Broken Filter’
>Love comes from the Divine. Or rather, the Divine IS love. It exists within everything, permeating this realm through cracks and fissures we create through awakening. (a concept I recently read again in Cynthia Bourgeault’s Wisdom Way of Knowing)I had some rambling thoughts today. Very rambling. Be warned. :)As children we receive hugs, and cuddles … Continue reading >Filling the Void
>In the beginning I was in the center of the One who loved me.Then my birth brought me into a world of wonder.As a child, I loved to play.So, as many good children do… I pushed limits and wanted to do things my own way. I did not want to come in when I was … Continue reading >In the Wind