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Transformation Ritual There’s power to writing by hand. The physical action reaches deep into yourself. It takes time, leaves you identifiable, and it’s personal and intimate. As Yale psychologist Paul Bloom said in …
Honoring Marion Woodman Marion Woodman, a psychoanalyst, best-selling author, and popular explorer of the varied stages of female identity and growth, died on July 9 in London, Ontario. She was 89. In the early 1970s, a…
"D" Is for Devotion "There are a thousand ways to kneel and kiss the ground; there are a thousand ways to go home again." — Rumi A Quiet Word Devotion is a quiet word, and quiet words often get lost in o…
Welcome to My Commonplace Book A Commonplace Book is an annotated personal anthology. The curator gathers material that strikes his or her fancy: excerpts from books, quotes, poems, lines from movies, lyrics from songs, newspaper…
"B" is for Being Present “The biggest gift you can give is to be absolutely present, and when you’re worrying about whether you’re hopeful or hopeless or pessimistic or optimistic, who cares? The main thing is that…
Practicing Democracy in Your Journal This post has been contributed by Judith L. Favor, who is rooted and grounded in Quaker tradition and contemplative practice. She is retired from pastoral UCC ministry in San Francisco and teaching …