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Apologies I’m Releasing

How does it feel to read these words: your body is not an apology. Sonya Renee Taylor, writer and activist, has said just that, and asks the question, what might it feel like to embody radical self-love? When I first read that sentence on the cover of the book, I had two reactions.
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Decision Fatigue

As I talked with a wise friend this weekend about how overwhelming…
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Alignment

Often when I step into my daughter’s room hoping to connect…
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A Just World

I've been sitting in contemplation this past week and praying…
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Inside the Cocoon

I keep seeing butterflies everywhere. First, it was in an…
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Liminal Space

I always like to visualize the liminal space as one of a “fertile…
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An Invitation to Unifying Presence

Anxiety descends like a fog. Literally, a fog of heavy weight,…
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Building a Cathedral

A story goes that a man traveling comes to visit a village…