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How Do You Respond To Negative Feedback?

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One simple but strong word springs to mind as a response to this question: I DON’T.  I have finally become smart enough to understand that the best response to angry comments is silence.… Continue reading

Speaking and Writing Truth

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 This week I stumbled on some profound quotes on truth  from great authors and decided to make some quotes, to help me remember them. I hope one of these phrases triggers an ah-ha… Continue reading

Iggy the Bold Bunny…and Babies

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Rabbit personality type: ”Rabbits always tend to be gentle and quiet, elegant and alert, kind and patient, and particularly full of responsibility.” Iggy was not a typical rabbit. Iggy, our new bunny was full of… Continue reading

The Power of Metaphors to Open Doors

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 Simple stories and parables explain spiritual truths better than intricately worded essays because they are the only way we can come close to shining light on the inexplicable. Symbols are still the most effective way to reach… Continue reading

Stories Never Die

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  i travelled from afar to look once again at a magical place from my childhood, the birthplace, of stories and dreams, where imagination and creativity took flight, never weighed down by commonsense. BUT… Continue reading

Rediscovering Playful Writing

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When I remember that I am a writer, a born writer, not someone pretending to be a writer by wearing a mask, then work becomes play. God gave me a love of books… Continue reading

The Mummy Drivel Trap

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I have become aware of a writing flaw, an annoying self-righteous, ego centric point of view, often found on mother’s blogs called Mummy Drivel. Mummy Drivel: definition Constant analysis of how to become… Continue reading

Child’s Play: A Theological Debate

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        debate between two pre-schoolers “Someone just called my name. I think it was God!” It was early evening. We often played musical beds at bedtime because the younger children liked the security of a… Continue reading

Rediscovering Playful Writing

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When I remember that I am a writer, a born writer, not someone pretending to be a writer by wearing a mask, then work becomes play. God gave me a love of books… Continue reading

The Invisible Becomes Visible

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I finally understood why Sandy cut herself. I was confused as well as repulsed; Sandy, a pretty young woman cut herself. It seemed completely inexplicable to me. Of course I recoiled from her.… Continue reading