P.O.W.~true love is independent

yes ~ POW! what a great quote from Mister Rogers. i came across this today while researching an article. this plain advice and honest opinion resonated with me. when i read it, i thought how simple this truth really is. and i realized for some people the concept might not be so easy, it might be outright conflicting or incredibly foreign. because for some people who live & love in fear to have independence & love together might represent opposing and counteractive forces
and an impossibility for now or for ever. yet for me today, this concept of true love seems so easy, so essential, so intuitive, and so eternal ~ sb … {READ MORE} …

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DÉJA VU_words of Chief Seattle 1854, Einstein 1950, Bohm 1980, still relevant 2010

at the end of each year, i often contemplate & write about how i see the world at this particular moment in time, where i am, where i have been and where i am going on my journey of becoming beauty and discovering beyond while living in urbia. 2010 has been an amazing year for me in so many ways – mind ~ body ~ spirit. again, i was thinking about our interconnectedness with each other and with the universe (big beyond) and with the earth (tiny beauty) and with our selves … READ MORE ~»

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30 November: course correction

“… The path of my life now is one that I had dreamt about, but hadn’t the courage to embark upon before. Interesting & good how the “be careful what you (dream) wish for” comes about. I hoped for a change in my tumultuous & topsy-turvy personal life in 2004 – even tho my showbiz career was booming – and the universe obliged me. The disabling and painful foot/leg injury allowed me to slow down, evaluate, contemplate, reinvigorate and redirect myself personally and professionally. Now I am calmer – braver – happier to do what I want personally, professionally, spiritually” … SEE/READ MORE…

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BONUS P.O.V. on W.O.W.~5 stages of {letting go and} forgiving

a BONUS P.O.V. from a friend, eva la rue, that also affected me: “it’s not so much about somebody forgiving you or you going and saying ‘oh, i forgive them’ and ‘i forgive what they did to me,’ it’s about going in and actually saying to the other person, ‘how have i hurt you?’ even if you feel like you’re the one who’s been hurt, it’s letting go of your hurt for the moment and saying (or maybe letting go forever and saying): ‘how have i harmed you?’ because that makes the person, i’ve noticed, completely fall away. all the pretense all the anger all the resentment, it falls away. because we all really want somebody to say: ‘how have i hurt you?’ ‘what was it i did?” and ‘i’m sorry from the bottom of my heart.'” ~ SEE/HEAR/READ MORE ~

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