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One fall weekend our family visited Bosque del Apache wild bird refuge near Soccoro, New Mexico, to watch Sandhill cranes, Canadian geese and wild ducks launch off the winter migration refuge ponds at sunrise, honking as they headed out for … Continue reading
Tildy McWallen ran her life the way she ran her mouth – full speed ahead. It isn’t that she wanted to; it just sorta worked out that way. Her Momma reminded her constantly. Don’t. That’s all she said. Just Don’t. … Continue reading
It’s Monday morning and it suddenly occurred to me that if I seriously want to think out of my box, I’ll begin looking forward to Mondays. Yeah, I know. It’s radical. There may be something amiss with believing this can … Continue reading
Yes, it is. And no, I’m not. Where we are right now is an ideal place to gain spiritual understanding. Here. Now. The nature of existence is to learn through experience and thereby expand understanding. When we expand awareness, we … Continue reading
Have you been experiencing change in your life? November 3 we had a new moon and eclipse. What was that about? It was about taking action to set into motion changes you have considered making in your life. New moon … Continue reading
Congratulations on being on the road to success, because you are someone who seeks to learn from experiences. (I know that if you read this, you do…) Life is intended to be about “what do I learn from this?” instead … Continue reading
The new moon is a time of renewal… a time to let go that which is no longer useful in life, which frees up your life, allowing space for the new, the current, that which is relevant today. Try this … Continue reading
Our friend Andrew planned for four years to take his wife and son to the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta in early October. This entails dragging yourself, wife and grumpy kid out of bed before sunrise, donning the warmest clothes you can … Continue reading