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Navajo Code Talkers Teach Us the Power of Dialogue

Dialogue is the theme for today.  My thoughts of dialogue for promoting healthy relationships came to me in meditation when the Navajo Code Talkers came to mind.  They were a part of our history that is still not as well-known as I think … Continue reading

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Patience Has Beautiful Hands…

Patience, from The Book of Qualities by J.Ruth Gendler “Patience wears my grandmother’s filigree earrings.  She bakes marvelous dark bread.  She has beautiful hands.  She carries great sacks of peace and purses filled with small treasures.  You don’t notice Patience … Continue reading

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All Forgiveness is Self-Forgiveness

Today’s theme of A Season for Non-Violence is Self-Forgiveness.  What came to mind immediately is Rev. Michael Bernard Beckwith, the founder of Agape Church talking about the different stages of consciousness – Victim, Manifester, Channel, and finally Being Consciousness on … Continue reading

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