From my Gran, Sheila Ross-Kuhn on Writerscafe.org: As a woman of a certain age, (56) I find life to be amazing again. Our children are grown. I had a long, dark, struggle with empty nest syndrome for a few years, but, that is over now. Our grandchildren fulfill all of my nurturing needs at this […]
I’m a bit shaky as this is the first time I’ve ever done anything like it and I have terminal stage fright, even when home alone in front of my pc. But here goes:
From Soul Guidance (Each One Reach One & Teach One):
From Planting Peace: * Ralphie for peace and understanding! * Today is Ruby Bridges Day, to commemorate a brave little girl’s entry into an all-white school on November 14, 1960. As soon as Bridges entered the school, white parents pulled their own children out; all teachers refused to teach while a black child was enrolled. Only […]
From Smoky Mountain Christian Village:
From Sin Madison:
From https://www.facebook.com/bibeksheel.nepali.3?fref=ts: A poor man asked the Buddha, “Why am I so poor?” The Buddha said, “you do not learn to give.” So the poor man said, “And if I do not have anything?” Buddha said: “You have a few things, The Face, which can give a smile; The Mouth: you can praise or comfort others; […]
The blood Moon rises, full-breasted and aglow. She stands tall and stares, never once blinking. Forever bound to Earth, in a rhythmic dance, with mesmerizing tides, of longing and of sharing. Pulsing, thrusting, needing, until the monthly climax brings forth the miracle of her children’s dreaming.