The wild stories of traditional religion are something we've gotten used to. A virgin birth? Walking on water? Fishes and loaves? Raising the dead? They don't seem so crazy, do they? Or at least not when we view them through the lens of traditional religion. But we don't feel the same way about . . .
I've always been an observer, someone who's felt set apart from the crowd, moored a little out from shore. Truth is, I have always been very different from my family, from the time I was a little girl. For the most part they viewed me as one might a foreign body in the eye, something of an irritant . . .
Imagine every cell in her/your body is dancing to her/your favorite song moving in perfect harmony to the uplifting melody that makes her/ your body come alive and frees her/you of all worries and fears releasing all illness and pain as healing, energy, hope and peace become the rhythm of . . .
I would bear it all broken just to fill my cup. ~ The Decemberists Fairy tales talk about Prince Charming and happily ever after and yes it's true: meeting our soulmate is the pinnacle of life for many of us. Sometimes, though, happily ever after for us and our soulmate isn't in the cards. So, if . . .
They will come back and come back again,as long as the red Earth rolls.He never wasted a leaf or a tree.Do you think He would squander souls?-Rudyard KiplingThis is what I believeand I am as convinced of itas I am that the sun rises in the east.Here's a step further.I believe in the concept of soul . . .
Jim Carroll, the poet and punk rocker in the outlaw tradition of Rimbaud and Burroughs who chronicled his wild youth in “The Basketball Diaries,” died on Friday at his home in Manhattan. He was 60.“I met him in 1970, and already he was pretty much universally recognized as the best poet of his . . .