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About amindfullife

Passionate about living every moment as best I can. This is a work in progress

2019 Engaging wholeheartedness 

It is time I revisit my 2014 writing challenge of engaging life with a wholeheart. This year the writing challenge for myself will foreground the theme of living consciously, and will inquire deeply with courage into all that this may … Continue reading

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Who am I Who am I now Who is this person I call me Who is she   Is she the baby leaving the shores of her birth and first footsteps Never to return to it again as home Never … Continue reading

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hibernation and possible migration

So I haven’t written for awhile.  My writing is taking on a new form and this blog will take a break for some time, perhaps be retired.  Thank you for your faithful readership these past three years. It has been … Continue reading

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Take a risk, what is there to lose?

A year for taking risks. For leaping into your own life, into your own unfolding future. When did you last risk everything for a chance to live your life, this life that the soft gentle voice whispering in the depths … Continue reading

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Look left Watson

A Google search this morning using the words Sherlock Holmes “look left” came up with a scripted walkthrough of an online Sherlock Holmes game called ‘The Awakened’. A most apt falling into these musings. An awakening of sorts. An attending … Continue reading

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She was still a young woman. She told me that she was having pain on her side, that she was not feeling well, that she would struggle to pick up the baby that day. That she thought her side was … Continue reading

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I stopped writing at fifty

I stopped writing at fifty. It seemed I had nothing more to say. Me! Who always had an opinion, could give lectures about the state of anything with confidence. Especially to my children. Had no more words. Nothing. Empty. The … Continue reading

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