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Monthly Archive for October, 2010

When every woman learns to listen without fear to the voice inside her instead of smothering it, it may lead—perhaps even more surely than rockets into space—to the next step in human evolution. A powerful quote, isn’t it? Believe it or not, it’s from an article that Betty Freidan, author and founder of the National […]

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Nature is the Healer

In a world where we have given power away to the medical system, the pharmaceutical companies who tell us what drug to take to camouflage this or that symptom, a world in which we thought we could control nature and exploit nature’s resources, a world in which we thought we are worth more than other […]

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Marianne Williamson’s words of passion and strength from last night still resonate in my soul! I woke up this morning with a vision: an ocean of women from all over the world marching on Capital Hill in Washington demanding an end to the incessant lobbying from the industrial-military complex. Simultaneously we are clogging all the […]

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Just finished listening to a call between Marianne Williamson and Katherine Woodward Thomas on Feminine Power talking about our coming together as women, empowering each other, standing for what is at stake in the world. And something big is at stake, something huge that only radical transformation can address. A fundamental shift has to occur […]

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Spirit In Action Is Freedom & Creativity Unmanifest Spirit is freedom. Manifest Spirit is creativity. And when we realize that the process of life is Spirit in action, then ideally we would aspire for our lives to become an unceasing manifestation of its multidimensional nature. We would expect our actions to embody its most significant […]

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A World that Works for All

During breakfast, my attention was caught by a picture in the Globe and Mail with a higher proportion of girls in graduate school and was curious and read the article. The title of the article: There is a new gender gap in education: Around the world, boys rank behind girls by nearly every measure of […]

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