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This precious moment

First thing on Monday morning, I spent an hour with my optometrist, deciding on ‘one or two/this one or that one better’ and performing other optical gymnastics so that he could devise the optimum prescription for my new glasses. He’s … Continue reading

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Deep acceptance

A couple of days ago, the rain began — delightful soft drifty showers with a few heavier falls, especially at night. Temperatures dropped a little. It’s been bliss. It feels as though the big old trees and flowering shrubs and … Continue reading

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Turramurra morning

magpie melodies — liquid song greeting dawn’s rays — divine synergy  

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After a hot, smoky weekend

sunlight kisses my dry lips aged skin — blessedly cool clear morning air  

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Honest reflections

so much to mourn — so much more to be grateful for — deep river of life

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The morning after Reiki

softest pink sky lights camphor laurel leaves — precious dawn meets grateful heart  

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An exceptional day

ripples of kindness warming my heart — autumn air brushing sun-smoothed skin  

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Freedom, spaciousness and gratitude

The loving, supportive and kind responses to my recent post on grief warmed my heart. And the process of allowing grief, in various manifestations, to emerge and find expression has continued until it has almost entirely subsided. For now, anyway. … Continue reading

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Humbled by good fortune

After weeks of follow-up tests, some of them involving electric shocks and a very nasty needle, results are in. My neurologist was searching for further clarification re the location of the stroke I had in February. Turns out, I had … Continue reading

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Interconnectedness

I’m making friends along the route of my morning walk – locals who also walk, or who chat over their front fence. At about the halfway mark, just before the uphill stretch begins, there’s a small wooden bench in front … Continue reading

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