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Why I Believe in Happily Ever After

Like many little girls, glossed-over fairy tales were part of my early reading diet. As an adult, Disney movies were my children’s fairy tales. The princesses were stronger and braver, but still the stories often ended with a marriage, and … Continue reading

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Befriend your Inner Critic

“…it is not necessary that we change any of our beliefs.  It is necessary that we examine them.” – Julia Cameron* The faces that greet me are smiling, laughing, welcoming.  My thumb and forefinger reach into my back pants pocket to … Continue reading

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Weekly Brief – Peace

(photo temporarily not available). Charles M. Schulz http://tinyurl.com/PeaceLinus  “And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God and saying: “Glory to God in the Highest and on earth peace, good will toward men.’” Luke … Continue reading

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Courage to Write

“Success is on the other side of fear,” stated one Massachusetts Conference for Women keynote speaker.  That resonated, like many tuning forks, a gentle, humming, rhythm in my soul. For it is fear that keeps me from blogging; fear that … Continue reading

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Weekly Brief – Great Inspirations

On Thursday, December 5th, I traveled to Boston to attend the Massachusetts Conference for Women. It gave me the kick-in-the-butt that I needed to begin to write again. So here I am. This will be short, because I have to learn … Continue reading

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