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Wild Geese
Mary Oliver | 27 January

Wild Geese by Mary Oliver   You do not have to be good. You do not have to walk on

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Let Yourself Stumble
Kat Lehmann | 4 January

by Kat Lehmann   let yourself stumble a little trip yourself open let the sunlight warm your soul    

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Meeting Your Edge
Robert Augustus Masters | 1 January

by Robert Augustus Masters   If you’re not afraid, it’s not your edge. If you’re not resistant, it’s not your

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If
Rudyard Kipling | 10 December

film by Arran North October 1, 2015     Watch an authentic reading of Rudyard Kipling’s world famous poem, If.

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What to Remember When Waking
David Whyte | 6 December

by David Whyte   In that first hardly noticed moment in which you wake, coming back to this life from the

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The Mountain Before You
Kat Lehmann | 4 December

by Kat Lehmann   the mountain before you is just a symbol what you climb step by step is yourself

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The Snow Man
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 2 December

Death is the mother of beauty. Only the perishable can be beautiful, which is why we are unmoved by artificial

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Sometimes
David Whyte | 2 December

Sometimes by David Whyte   Sometimes if you move carefully through the forest, breathing like the ones in the old

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Comedy Wildlife Photos
Mother Nature Network | 23 November

Source: Mother Nature News   Squirrel can’t believe who won the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards by Jacqueline Gulledge November 21, 2018

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The House of Belonging
David Whyte | 18 November

The House of Belonging by David Whyte   I awoke this morning in the gold light turning this way and

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The Invitation
Oriah Mountain Dreamer | 16 November

by Oriah Mountain Dreamer Source   It doesn’t interest me what you do for a living. I want to know

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The Journey
David Whyte | 15 November

    The Journey by David Whyte   Above the mountains the geese turn into the light again Painting their

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An Infinite Number of New Beginnings
Jeff Foster | 19 October

Source: _Life Without a Centre by Jeff Foster   In your attempt to be an ‘adult’, you lose touch with

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How to Love
Jeff Foster | 15 October

Source: _Life Without a Centre by Jeff Foster   When a loved one is in physical or emotional pain, when

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Who Says Animals Don’t Have a Sense of Humor?
Mother Nature Network | 19 September

Source:  Mother Nature Network   Check out the finalists of the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards. by Jacqueline Gulledge September 17,

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Hidden Mystery
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 11 September

Source:  Web of Love by Fred Burks   In the deepest depths of you and me In the deepest depths

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Be Like the Sky
Jeff Foster | 9 September

by Jeff Foster   Be like the Sky. Let rain, snow, the most ferocious storm, pass through, moment by moment.

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Beautiful, Flawed Us
John Welwood | 4 September

by  John Welwood   You are flawed, you are stuck in old patterns, you become carried away with yourself. Indeed you

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A Great Need
Hafiz | 27 August

Out Of a great need We are all holding hands And climbing. Not loving is a letting go. Listen, The

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Forgiveness
Hafiz | 27 August

Forgiveness is the cash you need. All the other kinds of silver really buy just strange things. Everything has its

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You are Me
Thich Nhat Hanh | 26 August

You are me and I am you. It is obvious that we are inter-are. You cultivate the flower in yourself

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From Prison to Paradise
Ole Dammegard | 2 August

Source: Light on Conspiracies   From Prison to Paradise by Ole Dammegard Once upon a time in a place not

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Vaccine Woman
Jon Rappoport | 3 July

Vaccine Woman by Jon Rappoport, No More Fake News July 3, 2018 there was no way to deny it or

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Love’s Song of Freedom | What You Gonna Do About Me
World Poetry, Music, Essays, Art & Fiction | 8 June

Love’s Song of Freedom & What You’re Gonna Do About Me by Terry Callier      Love Theme from

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Am I an Anti-Semite?
Marty Leeds | 5 June

Am I an Anti-Semite?

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Awakening from Awakening
Jeff Foster | 30 May

Source:  Life Without a Center   by Jeff Foster   This is a true story. Once, at a conference, I

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Lao Tzu and Others on Why You Must Fix Your Anger Before Trying to Fix the World
Dylan Charles | 29 March

Source: Waking Times by Dylan Charles March 29, 2018   “The best fighter is never angry.” ~Lao Tzu There are

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Coming Home… Room for Sadness
Jeff Foster | 14 March

Snordster Published on Sep 26, 2017   ROOM FOR SADNESS by Jeff Foster from Book of Faces August 3, 2015

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The Stairway of Existence
Hafiz | 11 March

The Stairway of Existence by Hafiz, Persian lyric poet & mystic (1320 to 1389)   We Are not In pursuit of formalities

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Finding a Way Forward Together
Oriah Mountain Dreamer | 23 February

Source:  Oriah by Oriah Mountain Dreamer February 22, 2018   Sometimes, if we can be very still, eyes wide open,

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The Ploughman Cometh
Zen Gardner | 13 February

by Zen Gardner   Ready your heart, ready your steel The plowman’s coming and is he ever real Ready your

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I’m a Conspiracy Theorist
Joy Camp | 11 January

Source: Joy Camp     Published on Jan 9, 2018 My second public poem. Watch and share. 🙂

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Kiss the Earth
Thich Nhat Hanh | 25 December

by Thich Nhat Hanh   Walk and touch peace every moment. Walk and touch happiness every moment. Each step brings

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Keeping Quiet
Pablo Neruda | 24 December

by Pablo Neruda   Now we will count to twelve and we will all keep still.   This one time

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It Felt Love
Hafiz | 22 December

It Felt Love by Hafiz, Persian lyric poet & mystic (1320 to 1389)   How Did the rose Ever open its heart

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The Happy Virus
Hafiz | 20 December

I caught the happy virus last night When I was out singing beneath the stars. It is remarkably contagious –

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Bill Lost His Memory
Joy Camp | 11 December

Source:  Joy Camp   Bill Lost His Memory by Benny Wills   Bill lost his memory So he asked me for

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The Reality Game and Ancient Tibetan Magicians
Jon Rappoport | 1 November

Source:  Outside the Reality Machine   by Jon Rappoport November 1, 2017   Memo, November 1, 2017: “Things as they are”

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Transport
Jon Rappoport | 4 August

Source:  Outside the Reality Machine by Jon Rappoport August 4, 2017   They took him to a place underground.  That was

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Magicking
Mark Farrar | 18 July

Magicking by Mark Farrar Contributing Writer, Truth Comes to Light   I grow up…and out of cycles, Thought freewheeling .

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Playing my game.
Mark Farrar | 19 June

I am writing my songs, I am fixing the wrongs, I am warp, I am weft, I am righting my

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The Onslaught of Life
Zen Gardner | 6 April

by Zen Gardner April 6, 2017   Taking time so pressed on me I wrestle with the space Delving deep

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Walk with the Devil, Talk with the Devil
Jon Rappoport | 18 March

Source:   Outside the Reality Machine by Jon Rappoport March 18, 2017   For K.   Walk with the devil, talk

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I Met A Man Today…
Zen Gardner | 3 February

by Zen Gardner   I met a man today. Ever so briefly. He was tired. His work boots grounded his

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The Frayed Angels
Les Visible | 21 September

    The Frayed Angels by Les Visible   the frayed angels shed their wings and descend into earth’s turmoil

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In the Downpour of the Rain
Zen Gardner | 19 August

In the Downpour of the Rain by Zen Gardner   I see it in the faces I feel it in

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A Place Called Gratitude
Les Visible | 21 February

Video by Patrick Willis   A Place Called Gratitude by Les Visible   Malachi 3:10 “Bring ye all the tithes

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Winter
Rumi | 12 April

  My worst habit is I get so tired of winter I become a torture to those I’m with.  

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As a Tree
Cnawan Fahey | 27 February

Source: Ethereal Nature by Cnawan Fahey February 26, 2015     A friend of mine posted this image on Facebook.  

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Breathing Into The Sun
Cnawan Fahey | 29 December

Source: Ethereal Nature by Cnawan Fahey December 28, 2014   Since the darkest of nights the sun has not shone

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The Sculptor
Zen Gardner | 18 December

by Zen Gardner   With a  slow, steady pace he swings and hits With the hammer he strikes his blows

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