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He Ain’t No Ghost

Our brains receive a lot of information. Those things that are important or significant to us we keep, the rest our brain deep sixes them. Most of this happens so fast that we don’t notice. 1,388 more words



My stepdaughter Kristen and her husband Sabin have recently succeeded—after many attempts over the past 8 years—in having their first child together: a beautiful baby boy named Ethan. 949 more words


Hope in Hospice, by Tracy Mooty

Hope In Hospice

As I write, my father in law’s long and wonderful life is drawing to a close. Thankfully, he is in a residential hospice just blocks from our home. 1,290 more words


Ancient Manuals to the Afterlife (videos)

Ancient Manuals to the Afterlife – Waking Times : Waking Times. From and with permission of Waking Times April 15, 2015 Video – Two of the world’s most important spiritual texts from the past are… 185 more words


Golden Bells

Soft golden bells
Slip into my soul
Adjusting parameters
Of glory to behold.
And as the ache of sorrow
Recedes, I glimpse anew
The healing that’s awaited… 86 more words


A Moving Memorial: A Young Woman's Life and her Journey of Moving On

To my WordPress Following old, aspiring, and the like,

Some of you who have read my posts from before know that I’m an advocate for mental health and a Roman Catholic Christian. 369 more words

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Healthstyles: In Awe of Being Human & Jen Sorensen Political Cartoonist

Tune in to CHMP’s Healthstyles Radio Thursday, April 16th, from 1:00 to 2:00 PM on WBAI, 99.5 FM in New York City and streamed online… 177 more words