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The Endgame

The Endgame

The Endgame I think of these as the end days, and I try to keep my mind on all possible resurrections, even in the face of so much crucifying. Like fallen soldiers in a war I wish had never been fought in the first place, the decomposing bodies of all my unquestioned...

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My Dream

My Dream

My Dream The world I imagine, the world I dream of, is not unattainable. Again and again we have dreamed the seemingly impossible and made it happen--pyramids, aqueducts, microscopes and telescopes, cell phones, heart transplants, computers and space travel. What can...

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Earth’s Cry

Earth’s Cry

Earth's Cry Blog #39 I watched Michael Moore’s new movie Planet of the Humans last night. He exposes many disturbing facts behind the myth that “green energy” as it is produced today could even begin to save our climate. The film is sobering, alarming, but also,...

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Exodus

Exodus

Phyllis Leavitt’s #OnTheRoadHome Blog  This Week’s #Psyche&SoulBlog, part thirty-eight in a series, 4/18/2020 Exodus I am not a student of the Bible, but in my Jewish upbringing we did hear many Old Testament stories including the Passover story with all its...

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OnTheRoadHomeBlog#36 A Prayer

OnTheRoadHomeBlog#36 A Prayer

A Prayer Last week I went into a black hole. I was sucked into the agony of parents ripped from their children, children torn from their parents, and the senseless incarceration of innocent people. Babies. It was the agony of children crying alone, sub-zero ICE and...

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OnTheRoadHomeBlog#35 Redemption Song

OnTheRoadHomeBlog#35 Redemption Song

In 1995 I was told to go into nature because the Earth wanted to speak to me. I found a little stream in Tesuque, New Mexico, and I was told to stand in the water. Immediately the Earth spoke to me. She told me she was crying for the wrongs done to her body as I had...

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