The Emotional Climate: LOVE YOUR LIFE………… “Ama Tu Vida”

You are living in your own emotional climate, and only you can change it. Without rehashing all that has happened in my life this year, I know of what I speak. This morning has been an eye opener even before I stepped out of bed. My meditation was inspired by an online topic of “emotional […]

LOVE is Where We Choose to LIVE…

Love is getting a lot of public exposure recently with the appearance and new popularity of Democratic Presidential candidate Marianne Williamson. The debates have not been a popular way to be entertained for me since 2016, but my allegiance to Marianne Williamson led me back to this year’s political circus. In reality, this graphic today […]

AWE, We are all part of one bird…one human race, Amen

There is so much happening in our world of politics, the environment, climate change, and all of the human race. It may look overwhelming, but going into a quiet space emotionally and physically helps to sort it out even if just a little. Recently the topic of feminism has come into my realm of awareness […]

AWE, Come on People Now…

In 1966 Chet Powers wrote and the Youngbloods recorded Come Together…and it reappeared on social media recently bringing back memories of that time when I was a freshman at The Ohio State University. Now, with the reading of Marianne Williamson’s A POLITICS OF LOVE, it brings back more than just memories. As a Democratic presidential […]

AWE, The Stories of Women!

Yesterday, I spoke of Mercury Retrograde and Stories…and the one thing I have learned about women’s stories is compassion. Three of my favorite authors in my teens and young adult years were Sylvia Plath, Anne Frank, and Ayn Rand. Very different women, very different stories: one lived in the prison of mental illness, one lived […]

Make America Kind Again?

For the last several years I have actually been reading a magazine called CANADIAN LIVING… Following the election of 2016 when I thought there was no way that Donald Trump would become President I became lacking in motivation and direction. It was odd because the move to Oberlin, Ohio was already planned for the timing […]