Tag: choices

When It’s Darkest

Written by on June 19, 2015 in Tea & Conversation with 2 Comments
When It’s Darkest

When it’s the darkest is when we need to shine the brightest, each in our own way. Don’t underestimate the importance of each sun ray, of every moonbeam. We have no idea just who we will touch, what it will mean to them… or to us. Whether falling full faced onto a well tended garden […]

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What to do?

Written by on February 16, 2008 in Tea & Conversation with 0 Comments

So how are you? Time has gone by so fast. January was to be the month I took some time off. I needed some space, in part to the emotional flashbacks I was receiving through Megan’s suicide, in part to the growing stress at work, and just in part that I needed a break. My […]

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Indecision and Fear

Written by on November 20, 2007 in Tea & Conversation with 0 Comments

In my post, Why Am I Here?, this past Sunday, I talked about Sylvia Plath’s writing about indecision, and the fear that surrounded her. Her words reveal not only the fear over making choices, but about the fear of loss. Every choice wasn’t seen as embracing something as much as relinquishing something else. It’s symptomatic, […]

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Why Am I Here?

Written by on November 18, 2007 in Tea & Conversation with 0 Comments
Why Am I Here?

Now that’s the million dollar question…or in today’s economy, trillion dollar. Next to, “Who am I?”, “What is our purpose?” is the big question. I remember in my youth, as early as preschool, and a good deal into my adult years, pondering that question. I still ask it every now and then today…but the answer […]

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Taking Care of Yourself

Written by on November 9, 2007 in Tea & Conversation with 0 Comments

Hey, good morning… Yesterday, I read a post by Ronni Bennett, “On Employment and Retirement Fears“. There were a number of comments, including mine, sharing where we were financially at the later stages of our lives. Most of us who commented that day did not expect to be where we are today, financially. And I […]

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