Free in My Heart, Free in Tehran




 In a real sense all life is inter-related.

All persons are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly.

I can never be what I ought to be until you are what you ought ...

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Essential Oils for Your Health & Beauty

 

When I was a young girl I started to purchase and blend my own oils because I wanted a natural and healthy perfume alternative that didn’t involve toxic substances that made me sneeze, close my throat, cough or get sick. I know now that I was probably always chemically sensitive.

Years later, my mom learned about an oil company starting up in Utah. Knowing my ...

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Writing Through Grief

This article was originally posted on www.createwritenow.com

Give sorrow words.
The grief that does not speak

whispers the o’er fraught heart and bids it break.

                                                ~William Shakespeare~

Grief is grief and loss is loss. Whether you have lost a loved one, whether you are between jobs, whether you have lost your health, your wealth, your sense of purpose, or ...

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The Accidental Artist

Did you ever begin something for fun that then turned on its head and
became something more?

Late one night in the middle of
March, I started fooling around on the
computer with my old photographs -
all 8000 or so of them. I started to
layer them. And layer and layer
and layer until they became
something more.

Then something else happened.
People liked them. Then something
else happened. They ...

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Doves

Doves
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Arches

Arches
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Angels in our Midst

Angels in our Midst
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Journaling Frees the Mind from Everyday Stress

By Shelley Handley, April 2013
Graphics Editor

Elizabeth Wells
Photo courtesy of Elizabeth Welles
Elizabeth Welles, professional writer and speaker, performance artist and poet and authority on journaling, spoke to group of students in the PVCC Bruxton Library.

Elizabeth Welles has been journaling since she was a child of seven. On a trip to Europe her mother gave her a little black book and told her, “This is your diary to ...

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