Monthly Archives: September 2016

Visible: The Courage To Show Up and Be Seen

  Alternative title: “Vulnerable: The Courage To Show Up and Be Seen.” Because when we put our true selves on the line, show up and open up to let the world experience who we really are, we are “susceptible or … Continue reading

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invisible

Originally posted on Sirena Tales:
she was unsure when her outline had faded as if the inks defining her …silhouette… had parched from neglect draining the life from their hues, her; the many faces expecting, of course, that you slink…

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Visibility Unlimited: Musings from the Marshlands

  Yesterday, during the weather report on the radio, the visibility was rated “unlimited.” Wow!  I’ve never heard that before. Usually, we hear visibility assessed in terms of quantifiable distances, e.g.miles.  But yesterday, Mother Nature blew the aperture wide open … Continue reading

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Share Your Brilliance: Musings from the Marshlands

  This lovely turkey family showed up for breakfast at dawn yesterday.  And for lunchtime today. As they’ve been visiting a lot for the past couple of months, I went back to remind myself of the messages brought by turkey … Continue reading

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So, You Used To Be A Dancer? Life Lessons From Dancing (Reprise)

  “Ask [yourself] what makes you come alive and go do it.  Because what the world needs are people who have come alive.”~~Howard Thurman Folks keep coming across my path, voicing their passions along with their regret in not pursuing … Continue reading

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