Category Archives: Wandering Thoughts

The Suicide: An Insider’s View

He lay and puffed his lips out with his breath. And then—the watcher at his pulse took fright. No one believed. They listened at his heart. Little—less—nothing!—and that ended it. No more to build on there. And they, since they … Continue reading

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Life Without Lenore

…We were talking about the space between us all And the people who hide themselves behind a wall of illusion Never glimpse the truth, then it’s far too late, when they pass away We were talking about the love we … Continue reading

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Here it is. Oops.

November 12, 2016 HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF Donald Trump is President-elect of the United States of America. A mistake of recent history has repeated itself because people did not learn from it. The ignorant and undiscerning voters who committed this act … Continue reading

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Getting Light and Letting Go: An update

May 14, 2016 What an adventure this is! Or possibly a cautionary tale. Sometimes it feels like it’s headed in that direction. Then I remember what my old mentor would have said: “You know that feeling you get when you … Continue reading

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Getting Light and Letting Go: A New Adventure

April 16, 2016 This morning, instead of the usual geese flying over our valley there was a hawk sailing free on the air currents above us. I took it for a good augur of the moment, and our future. It’s … Continue reading

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The Magic Of Winter Solstice: 7 Ways to Celebrate the Returning Light

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Originally posted on The Muse in the Mirror:
With Christmas fast approaching, it can be all too easy to get swept away in the festive frenzy of need and expectation, and to lose sight of the true reason for the season. Whilst…

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Christmas Catch-up, 2015

On Lucifer, Hymns, Churches, Myths, Words, etc. The Christmas season is here, and with it some of the oldest “pagan” myths dressed up in the elaborations of two millennia of Christianity. The story of the birth of Christ is welcome … Continue reading

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