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the decision

And then it happened…one day suddenly I got a call. It was from a girl’s sibling, she happened to be in town and wanted to meet. 415 more words


Meditation vs. Prayer

An astute observer can’t help but notice that there is a trend in our society of turning things form religious to secular. I am not talking about an outright rejection of religious practices and norms, such as denouncing God and refusing to attend mass. 262 more words



Naked as the black

and shifting sea

spilt over the edges,


moon comes elbowing

into the room

taking over slices

of hardwood,

pieces of soul. 258 more words

Evaluating employment changes

A new report by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment looks at outcomes of key changes to employment law made in 2011 to see if they are working as intended. 742 more words


The Perfect Day

Two years ago when I began doing some visualization meditation, I started thinking long and hard about what it is that would qualify as the meat and potatoes of my “perfect day.” 456 more words


Where has the time gone?

Greetings! It’s been a while since I last posted to my blog, and I just wanted to thank all of my new followers, and those who like my posts. 215 more words


A Child Views Divorce/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

On August 28, 2014, the National Public Radio Station had a program that is part of its daily schedule known as “The Takeaway”. The following question was posed to its listeners: 212 more words

Civil Divorce