Raw, Vulnerable and Juicy

One of the most difficult things about being a pioneer and living guided by the inside-out, is the loneliness of it.  The path is windy, sometimes very dry and rocky and always filled with surprises. When you travel the less travelled road, you meet up with your own self imposed limitations. When you follow the “popular”  route,…

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How do you evolve the old into the new?

In May 2010 I wrote a blog post responding to Anita Diamant’s query as to “What is on your desktop altar?”I describe the items on the altar, all of which center around the central piece:  “Clay statuette of Miriam that I made some seven years (now ten) ago on a glorious vacation in the Sinai desert.…

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Desktop Altar, Anita Diamant & Miriam

On Anita Diamants blog: The Red Tent… and more… she posted a photo of the items on her desktop altar. This was in response to a query from a curious reader. At the end of her post, Anita asked: What is on your desktop altar? So, I flipped open my trusty cell phone camera and…

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