Monthly Archives: January 2013

Selected definitions of “home” (American Heritage Dictionary): A place where one lives. One’s close family and one’s self. An environment or haven of shelter, of happiness and love. The small town where I’ve lived for 12 years is certainly “a … Continue reading

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Yearning for water.  During the 12 years I’ve

Yearning for water.  During the 12 years I’ve lived in my small town, there have been long periods of drought.  The past year has been extremely hot and dry – like much of the central part of the country.  2013 … Continue reading

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Helen Luke inspired me to start this blog. Her book, “The Way of Woman”, is a collection of essays that she wrote over a number of years, as well as two interviews. One of the interviews with Helen Luke is … Continue reading

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Last night I was reading the introduction to Helen Luke’s book “The Way of Woman”.  The introduction was written by an associate of Luke’s  – Barbara Adams Mowar.  Mowar wrote about a story in Rumi’s Discources – a story that Helen … Continue reading

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I am a novice at blogging – a 66 year old woman and, the last several years, a reader of Jungian psychology.  I live in a very, very small town east of the Rocky Mountains and have lived here for 12 … Continue reading

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