My husband decided he wanted a project for his retirement. Music keeps an aging brain nimble and alert, he’d heard. And he was proud of his Scots heritage, so he settled on the bagpipes.
March 6, 2013 by Julie Ann Luoma Under It's in the bag, Julie Ann Luoma Posted in PONDERING | No Comments »
I see my life’s journey measured in a strand of beads, 19 chunky one-inch beads, Flintstone style! Right now, my strand holds 18 beads. I am about to add the nineteenth bead after...
March 6, 2013 by Stephanie Clark Under beads, stephanie clark, stringing Posted in PONDERING | 2 Comments »
The secret to discovering the deep purpose hidden at the core of your life can be found in the two-thousand-year-old classic, the Bhagavad Gita, writes Stephen Cope in The Great Work...
March 6, 2013 by Mary Ann Moore Under Stephen Cope, Tammy Strobel, The Great Work of Your Life, The Green Thoreau, You Can Buy Happiness Posted in PONDERING | No Comments »
Well, hello there, my fellow zombies. I trust and hope you had the merriest of New Year’s. I sure did.
In fact, one of the days I had just before the holidays could be described as...
January 15, 2013 by Humanity Man Under humanity man Posted in PONDERING | No Comments »
Twelve days before Christmas I sat with a friend looking out into the bustling throng in a big department store. Some were cheerful; others were sombre as they went about their shopping....
January 15, 2013 by Dr. Neill Neill Under Dr. Neill Neill Posted in PONDERING | 1 Comment »
In this song, Elvis Costello laments the ‘darkness of insanity’ that surrounds us. Happily though, it seems that for an increasing number of us, peace is the main item on the menu...
January 7, 2013 by Catriona OCurry Under catriona o'curry, love, peace, understanding Posted in PONDERING | No Comments »
I took a whole year off. Cold turkey. No explanations. No make-up.
No mascara, no lip liner, no eyeliner. No nothing. Naked face to the world.
The idea: to focus on inner beauty, prove...
January 7, 2013 by Julie Ann Luoma Under Crash Course, Julie Ann Luoma Posted in PONDERING | No Comments »
A number of years ago I was driving through rush-hour Toronto traffic—eight lanes in each direction. The traffic was heavy and fast. I was making good time until I got blocked behind...
December 10, 2012 by Dr. Neill Neill Under change, Dr. Neill Neill, mind, opinion, reality Posted in PONDERING | No Comments »
Chickens. It was a whole new world.
We got Betty and Boop from a neighbouring island and brought the girls home to weed the garden. They cluck and trill and scratch and poop. They bathe...
November 13, 2012 by Julie Ann Luoma Under chickens, Julie Ann Luoma, Shift – Up Close and Personal Posted in PONDERING | No Comments »
Well, hello there, my dear and fellow zombie. I am so glad you chose to join us once again.
When Nicole emailed me the theme to this issue of Synergy, I was reminded of a quote I once...
November 7, 2012 by Humanity Man Under humanity man, truth Posted in PONDERING | No Comments »
2012: The Mayan Calendar and You
A Cumberland Bear
A Lantzville Couple’s Fight for the Right to Grow Food
A Tale of Empowerment
Acupuncture & Body Care Clinic – A Natural Solution
mary ann moore