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Poetry Friday

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Comes the Dawn After a while you learn the subtle difference Between holding a hand and chaining a soul. And you learn that love doesn’t mean leaning And company doesn’t mean security, And… Continue reading

Is Chemobrain Real? Coping With Brain Fog During Cancer Treatment

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Talk with almost any cancer survivor, and he or she is likely to bring up the topic of “chemobrain,” a term which describes thinking and memory problems that can occur during and after cancer… Continue reading

Poetry Friday

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After the good earth where the body knows itself to be real and the mad flight where it gives itself to the world, we give ourselves to the rhythm of love leaving the… Continue reading

How Much Of Ourselves Should We Reveal Online?

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“Writing means revealing oneself to excess” –  Franz Kafka Occasionally when I write something on this blog, I pause before hitting the “publish” button and wonder have I revealed too much of myself?… Continue reading

Poetry Friday

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Praying It doesn’t have to be the blue iris, it could be weeds in a vacant lot, or a few small stones; just pay attention, then patch a few words together and don’t… Continue reading

Poetry Friday

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‘Tis a fearful thing to love what death can touch. A fearful thing to love, to hope, to dream, to be – to be, And oh, to lose. A thing for fools, this,… Continue reading

Poetry Friday

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To Say Nothing But Thank You  ​​​​​​​All day I try to say nothing but thank you, ​​​​​​​breathe the syllables in and out with every step I ​​​​​​​take through the rooms of my house… Continue reading

Mindful Monday

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Poetry Friday

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The World Has Need of You everything here seems to need us… —Rilke I can hardly imagine it as I walk to the lighthouse, feeling the ancient prayer of my arms swinging in… Continue reading

Mindful Monday

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