spirituality Category

Fears and Doubts, Obstacles or Incentives?

Preparing to start a new venture is like jumping off a diving board. You’re flying off into space with the trust of a graceful landing.  Like a dolphin at play, you’ll burst through the water’s surface. But some dives aren’t a cinematic success. I didn’t learn to swim until I was in fourth grade and […]

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All Things Alaska – #5

On rare precious days, such as today, the sun shines brightly in a cloudless blue sky and the multi-crystal blue shades of the sea’s surging waves call out to the restless soul. And one just stands feeling the sun’s sweet warmth to revel in the moment’s gift to just be. Just be alive, still, observe […]

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Gifted by Grief – An Enlightening Journey

When Jane Duncan Rogers’ husband Philip, died in 2009, grief’s vulnerability and pain of loss initially overwhelmed her despite her background as a personal coach, spiritual practitioner, and psychologist. But over time she came to recognize the gifts grief brings to life and shares them in her courageously moving book, Gifted by Grief, A True Story […]

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Looking Out on Kachemak Bay, Homer, Alaska

Photo by John Pratt August 2015

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All Things Alaska – #4

Photo by Skywalker Payne August 2015 Wind driven black clouds hover dark blimp like menace autumn’s announcement. Bald eagle passes my window glides on wind waves a moment, then gone. 09/02/2013

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All Things Alaska – #3

Summer Walk White waves roar rolling in on rock strewn dark sand shore evening sky day bright. Accomplishment – standing on Alaska beach the impossible made possible. To bask in an afternoon sun when others are in dark dusk or night to listen to the rolling drum like cadence of white waves rising from deep blue […]

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