Six Word Story No. 42

Jimi nailed it at Monterey Pop.

himi

Write your own six word story and win a signed copy of Journaling as Sacred Practice: An Act of Extreme Bravery.  Go on: you know you want to write like a rock star.

To enter, “like” this post and comment with a Six Word Story of your own. Best entry will win. Make Jimi proud. Deadline 05.19.16. Winner to be announced 05.20.16.

Six Word Story No. 40

Emmaline’s necklace was conspicuous but sublime.

feather hat

Write your own six word story and win a signed copy of Journaling as Sacred Practice: An Act of Extreme Bravery.  Go on, you know you want to.  To enter, “like” this post and comment with a Six Word Story of your own. Best entry will win. Could it get any easier? Deadline 05.19.16. Winner to be announced 05.20.16.

everybody’s got a story

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love your mother

budding-tree1For the last week, we excerpted ourselves, from our First Blush files. Why, you may well ask? Because we have so much to say about our home planet, and we love her too much to let her languish while we stand idly by. Read more here — and join the revolution.

There are sonnets and sonatas that our Mother has not written yet, complex plant life that She has not yet evolved to produce, future medicines found in the leaves of Her favorite plants that She has not yet decided to share. Should we wipe this all out before we see what She has in store for us? As we evolve, She evolves, not one without the other, but both in tandem for we are part of Nature and that is its essence, a lyrical dance where She and We constantly reveal ourselves to ourselves. Why would we ever want to stop the dance of so much possibility?