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LlisRalley
Arizona
Mounted my horse and rode West.
Interests: Outdoors Arizona
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Nirit, You are not alone in balking at gender stereotypes. But I have not yet had the courage to tell my story "Not All Women Should Be Mothers" I think you just gave me the courage to craft and tell that personal story. Dangerous stuff indeed! Thank you.
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You have come to the center of what I have learned in this class. Sacred is a very, very personal thing.
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What a beautiful place. I have been to the Tewa pueblo and it was an enchanted trip in every way. I am sure you have many homes but that one is the ultimate to go "back" to.
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Nancy, this class has opened my eyes to the sacred all around us too. Thank you for your stories.
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Nice technique for insomnia. Sounds like a dream-story with little scenes coming back to you after you wake up. The cat image is too cute.
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Wow! What a revelation. Good thing to know and remember to stay active and healthy. I cannot think of anything worse than losing one's memories. They are what our stories are made of!
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Joan, you have so many rich stories. Thank you for sharing this one.
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Wow Sally! That is powerful, and must have had a healing effect for you.
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Nancy you are so lucky to have each other. How wonderful that stories make your lives so happy. Keep doing the good work.
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I love that Mullah story too. My mother used to be so irritated at church goers who got all dressed up to go to church on Sunday but ignored the needs of their neighbors all week. The divine is in our actions, not our clothing...
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Your words remind me of the sacred nature of flowing water. No beginning and no end. So symbolic of our journeys.
Toggle Commented Sep 20, 2016 on Time by Elizabeth Wunsch at Tell Me Something Good
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Sep 20, 2016