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Passages of Time ~ Sascha Darlington #writephoto

For visually challenged writers, the image shows a secluded corner, with calm water reflecting the green leaves of summer . Passages of Time It’s late July. The spring-fed pond wrinkles around the edges, fissures forming where the ground parches. I’ve … Continue reading

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Elusive Realities: Lynda McKinney Lambert – A Visitation from Butterflies

When I see a butterfly in a summer field, it brings back a specific memory. The impressions are as vivid as they were nine years ago, when I witnessed something miraculous! My rare observation was not in warm weather, nor … Continue reading

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Feather – Leah Bracknell

Reblogged from Leah Bracknell at Something beginning with C: Don’t take away my hope, it isn’t yours to steal Stop right there Drop it! Back away Slowly Keep your hands where I can see them. Don’t take away my hope with … Continue reading

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Death and the Elephant – Leah Bracknell

According to statistics from Cancer Research UK, there are almost a thousand new cases diagnosed each day and half of us will be diagnosed with some form of cancer during our lifetimes. Medical and surgical advances now ensure that, of … Continue reading

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When No One’s Looking – a poem by Leah Bracknell

Reblogged from Something Beginning with C: You came to me last night as you promised you would Under cloak of night a million blinking night sky eyes like fire flies bearing witness to our secret rendezvous Continue reading at Something … Continue reading

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Guest author: Karen Ingalls – Reverence, Forgiveness, and Butterflies

Albert Schweitzer had a profound influence on me after I read about him and his remarkable work. His philosophy of Reverence for Life filled me as a teenager with fervor to also have great respect, love, and kindness to all … Continue reading

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The Benefits of facing a Challenge – Leah Bracknell

Reblogged from Something beginning with C: As if life were not currently challenging enough, someone in their wisdom, namely myself, decided that more challenge was required. “Why not organise a talk?” I said to no one but myself. Seemed a … Continue reading

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Guest author: Freya Pickard – Transitions

Transitional periods; they’re a strange time, aren’t they? You’re neither here nor there. You’re waiting for something to happen that maybe you have very little control over. I’m currently in the process of trying to move house. I made the … Continue reading

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