Distilled aliveness

I just returned from four glorious early fall days in sunny Montana where vegetable gardens brimmed with fruit, vibrant flowers flaunted their beauty, and my heart felt as wide as the big, blue sky.

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Living truly

Two things happened a couple of weeks ago. Willie Nelson turned 90 and my aunt gave me some digitized photos and 8 mm films from my childhood.

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Dancing to grow

Today is Beltane, the pagan holiday that marks the halfway point between Spring Equinox and Summer Solstice. In ancient Celtic culture, people celebrated fertility during this time, as well as the balancing of male and female energies.

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Running toward danger

When screenwriter, director and author Sarah Polley had suffered post-concussive syndrome for 3-1/2 years, she went to see a concussion specialist who had an unconventional treatment method.

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Spring makeover

A couple of weeks ago, I got caught up in a video on social media. A woman with long gray hair who appears to be somewhere in her 70’s sits on a curb holding a sign that says “forgotten.”

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Ice cream & suffering

Ice cream makes you happy! At least that’s what the huge sign outside the new ice cream store next to my yoga studio assures me. Does it? Really?

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