God Moments


 At that moment, a sense of Paradise, of "possession by the sacred," seemed to descend from the heavens.  As if she understood what was going on in my heart, the young woman began to intersperse music with silence.  Each time she stopped playing, I would say a prayer.  The music would start up again.

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Hold the Light 


"It is only with the heart one can see rightly, what is essential is invisible to the eye."  - Antoine de Saint-Exupery    
"Hold the light in your hearts.  Breath in it's sweetness.  Feel the love that resides there.  Know that it is good and true.  Know that you are worthy.  Know that you are kind.  Know that God is real."

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To Honor Moose 


WHEN YOU ARISE IN THE MORNING, THINK OF WHAT A PRECIOUS PRIVILEGE IT IS TO BE ALIVE, TO BREATHE, TO THINK, TO ENJOY, TO LOVE, THEN MAKE THAT DAY COUNT!  -  Evolver Social Movement

Today is a cold, sunny, beautiful Sunday.  Any other Sunday I would have suited up and risked ice covered dirt road and knee deep snowy woods to walk my dog, Moose but, not today.  Even with the arrival of spring on Friday I am in the depths of winter.  I feel angry, empty, lonely and oh, so sad.  My heart is broken.  I feel lost.

Vim and vigor describe Moose well.  He is all heart with a great smile and very expressive eyes, 96 pounds of love and fun.  We took him to the vet in February for a rabies shot and he was pronounced fit and well.  Wednesday night he was his normal self. Suddenly, he got a funny look on his face and lay in his bed.  The next morning he was very lethargic but got up and went outside.  After that he lay back down and would not eat or drink.  I got a vet appointment for 2pm.  In just a few hours his condition deteriorated rapidly. An x-ray showed a huge mass in his abdomen and tendrils reaching  toward his spine.  He struggled to breathe every time he lifted his head.  We had to say goodbye to our beloved Moose. 

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