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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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Roll Up … the Magical Medicare Tour !

Back when I was turning a mere 64, it was another Beatles song I sang for celebration. This year it's the magical medicare tour! It's not the best year for a party, so I ask you to please join me…

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