Monthly Archives: December 2011

Setting My Intention For The New Year

Here we are at the end of another year.  It has been a rich one filled with insights, lessons and lots of love.  Instead of making New Years resolutions at year’s end, I like to choose a word that I … Continue reading

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Keeping Christmas

Keeping Christmas No mistletoe  snowmen  tree with twinkly lights  angel guarding us from the top instead poinsettias  a boxwood wreath on the door  the aroma of pierogis stuffed with sauerkraut mushrooms and garlic almond cookies dusted with sugar hearts brimming … Continue reading

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“The truly rich person is the one who has a satisfied mind. The affluence of satisfaction comes from wisdom, not from external things.” Lam Yeshe, When The Chocolate Runs Out  It’s that season again. Rage seems to rule the roads … Continue reading

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A Letter To Santa

Dear Santa, I’m sure you don’t remember me.  The last time I wrote was just before my best friend in second grade, told me that you didn’t exist. I was horrified and when I asked my mom about it, she … Continue reading

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