Hello Journeyers, hope you’re all happy and healthy. Wanted to let you know that after three years of being on my own, of transition and creation, an opportunity fell on my lap. But by the time I had the chance to consider it, the door quickly closed. As good fortune would have it, a fewContinue reading “Looking at Life as an Adventure”
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Communing with Nature
When I went to France last Summer in August, one of the items on our itinerary was hiking in the St. Maximim forest which is near the Sainte-Baume mountains (a basilica dedicated to Mary Magdalene is there). Our task was to commune with nature on our own and share our experience with the group afterwards.
Good Bye Comfort Zone ~ Hello France
“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” ~ Howard Thurman Earlier this year, a friend of mine convinced me we should attend a retreat to the South of France in August for ten days. WithinContinue reading “Good Bye Comfort Zone ~ Hello France”