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Written by Andrea Percy on Oct. 14, 2017
Hoping someday to see here your piece from yesterday's Writers' Group. I'd like to mull over those words and images some more!
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Written by Vina Jones on Sep. 15, 2017
Your website is a credit to you. Stunning photos as well.
Written by Lee Gauthier on Jun. 24, 2017
I love to randomly wander through your poems and each time I do, I take away a pearl.
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Written by Lee Gauthier on Jan. 1, 2017
No Cuba this January - instead Eagle Lake retreat.. my house and a hot tub. Ready made meditation.
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Written by Mary Beyh on Jun. 11, 2016
Oh my....these hearts resonate...and I follow your thought....A real dance going on and I'm tripping over my feet strings....
Giving me pause. ...
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Written by Mary on Feb. 3, 2016
Hi Brenda,
Thanks for sending me the email message that you had new articles to read and I love that you are passing on the story of Cynthia's cat Lily. It really is an amazing story...and so are your stories of MaChree. Someday before I get too old, I hope to have such a heart companion.
lots of love
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Written by Mary on Feb. 3, 2016
Hi Brenda,
Thanks for sending me the email message that you had new articles to read and I love that you are passing on the story of Cynthia's cat Lily. It really is an amazing story...and so are your stories of MaChree. Someday before I get too old, I hope to have such a heart companion.
lots of love
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Written by Lee Gauthier on Jan. 25, 2015
I can picture your footsteps in the white sands of the Cuban seaside.. still there... ghost-like remnants of your experience lingering there.
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Written by Mona on Oct. 18, 2014
Hi Brenda,
Just happened into your space of meditation and prayer again.... I always know movement as I read your writings and let your pictures move their way through my being. Thanks for the moments of deep prayer.
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Written by allan on Apr. 17, 2014
Brenda, finally made it here! Lots to explore. Loved the two hearts quote and image on your front page.
Good Friday service in a few hours.
I love endings. It means something new is about to happen.
Written by Brenda on Sep. 29, 2013
Thanks Claire...you have caught the spirit of these postings...
Mary, what Ilia Delio means is the both/ and. She is comparing religious life to the Book of Nature where all is in relationship and all always changing. It's a delicious and puzzling remark, and she doesn't define it as much as throw it out into awareness for an evolving response. I have been ruminating on it for months!
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Written by Claire on Sep. 29, 2013
Ah, Brenda, yes! We ARE slipping in and around time, the ride is getting ever more interesting, and as we have witnessed the inevitable endings of many dear lives, as we watch this glorious leaf colour inevitably fade, we know ever more deeply in the soul, that it is a ride and we can choose to enjoy every moment, to be happy because that is our spiritual responsibility. And how blessed we are to have the companionship of others on the ride. Wheeeee!
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Written by Mary Tee on Sep. 29, 2013
Brenda, I read all your writings and I congratulate you for such fine work.
I also am a big fan of Ilia Delio but reading her piece on religious life in the future I am left questioning what she means by relationship and membership. Are they both inclusive or different e.g.I have a very strong relationship with my family and am a family member as well. I also have a relationship with other organizations of which I am a member also. Maybe it just means individual relationships and not group relationships. I think it makes for an interesting discussion. I seem to be missing something here.
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Written by Arleen on Sep. 28, 2013
I had a dream last night about driving a car and I am unable to stop from hitting the car ahead that is stopped. A lesson to be learned ~ am I heading for a crash?
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Written by Lee gauthier on Sep. 28, 2013
I read your words, your thoughts on time, and I feel a resonance with my truth.. that I have sensed coming gradually as I reached into my 60's and now through my 70's.. that every nano second is precious and I strive to treat it as such. First came a desire to slow down - choosing a turtle as my spirit guide, and so it is.. and hand in hand with the turtle is a frog. The frog teaches me to hop over the unessential, the little things that were 'big things' that really don't bear weight in me any longer.
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24.10 | 21:40

and you have gifted me with cards that were like visits!!

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24.10 | 14:12

Backwards Time. It is possible. I'm happy for your discovery – lovely to have your strong self around – and your message of encouragement!

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16.10 | 15:44

I live among trees. A Heart's Mirror really spoke to me. Especially the last paragraphs and the final idea of "companion of the heart". Lovely, profound,true!

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28.08 | 14:51

Thanks Judy...the overwhelming moment does call me to a deeper listening and surrender...

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