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Welcoming the Equinox ~ and many autumnal weddings

The moment when the center of the sun is directly above the equator underscores the perfect balance of the hours of sunlight and of darkness. It serves as a reminder of the powerful celestial forces that continue despite our personal…

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Elizabeth’s Law ~ and the song …

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever does" ~ Margaret Mead Listen here: This one is for you New Yorkers! Each time I write a song…

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When a force of nature dies

I ache in grief to hear the news and after the tears subside I ask myself where does a force of nature go when the door opens to let it pass through he was a father to me and to…

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Hearts That Bleed Sing Folk Songs

I reflected today on the meaning of the phrase 'bleeding heart' that's been attributed to liberals. I don't see how all hearts aren't bleeding in some ways, if not hemorrhaging, despite the complexity of the issues. With all the deaths,…

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Please vote for and with Love !

I vote for Love! During a time of such unrest, what a pleasure it was to officiate at a wedding recently, and include elements of beloved Shamanic traditions. The joy and beauty is in such remarkable contrast to so much…

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A New Year and Season of Uncertainty

I hate to admit that it's hard to find hope this season. There are eruptions everywhere and fears of continued unrest, disease, and divisiveness. I have exerted great effort to not post anything negative and that too is challenging. Rather…

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