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Pretence – Is It Needed?

I read a marvellous quote on Rogene’s blog, Espirational. It was by Meryl Streep. She said, “Pretending is not just play. Pretending is imagined possibility. Pretending, or acting is a very valuable like skill and we do it all the … Continue reading

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Painting With Words – A Perpetual Bow

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Weekly Insight (2)

One of the great gifts of life is growing in to a sense of self that knows itself, is rested and secure, is armed against all forms of manipulation, and understands and imparts its unique contribution to life. It takes … Continue reading

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A World of Human Faces

I went to the supermarket the other day to buy some tea and a few other things. While walking along the shelves I had one of those moments of “heightened awareness.” Sounds all rather mystical and other-worldly, but I’m sure you know what … Continue reading

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The Spirituality of Wild Flowers

I’ve just got back from spending a week in the Drakensberg mountains, a place which always inspires and moves me with its profound beauty. This time in my walks I took special note of the wild flowers in the area. … Continue reading

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