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self care person in the mirror

Self care: Who is this person in the mirror

Today I saw myself through a new set of eyes.  I have seen myself many, many times.  After 40 years, I think I am pretty familiar with what I look like.  I have blue, uneven eyes.  My resting face looks like a frown because I have a downturned mouth.  I seem to cock my head ever so slightly to the left, probably because my left shoulder sits higher than my right.  I have strong eyebrows, and my nose looks “perky” because I broke it when I was 12.  I am starting to develop lines across my forehead from furrowing my brow against the sun or while in deep thought. Continue reading

My favorite resources

My favorite resources to transform your life

One of the great things about the internet is the vast array of resources that are now available to us.  Today I want to share some of my favorites with you.  They range in topic and format, but they have all been life-changing for me. Continue reading

This I believe

This I believe

Today I am out of my usual routine, so I thought I would share something that I wrote for a church service this past winter.  I was asked to share my personal credo, my system of beliefs.  Since my religion does not have one specific dogma, we sometimes have services in which a handful of us share our own beliefs.  It is so fun to hear the ideas that govern each of our lives.  So here today is n explanation of my own personal religious beliefs.  I hope something here resonates with you. Continue reading

church for the non-religious

A church for the non-religious {Thankful Thursday}

Welcome to this week’s installment for Thankful Thursday.  Today I am so grateful for the spiritual community of Unitarian Universalism that I found ten years ago.  The church that defines itself not by a creed, but by a set of seven guiding principles that can be applied to any creed.

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Life is a Massive Video Game

It’s all just a massive video game

Is there anyone who hasn’t played a video game?  I suspect not.  I used to play an online game called World of Warcraft.  I used to play Dungeons and Dragons and other tabletop games.  I used to play Live-Action Role Playing games (LARPs).  All of these games involve creating a character through which you can participate in the game.

The character generation process involves things like choosing if you will play a Continue reading