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November 7

Daily Wisdom

Daily Inspiration

Life of Significant Soil; Meaning of Life; Overcoming; Social Justice; Wisdom

Freelance Monkette

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“Times Of Your Life”

~ Paul Anka

“The soulful move is the move toward contemplating the source of things deeply rooted in eternity, the things that always are… When we touch that mystery, we’re nourished in a profound way. If we’re not touching the eternals – if we’re not in touch with mythic stories, with ancient sites, with old family scrapbooks and heirlooms and deeply probing relationships -  then we’re lost. If all we’re trying to do is keep up with change, I think we lose the momentum of our soul’s journey. But once you touch an old story, a true mentor, or the mysterious powers of nature, somehow your soul is nourished and, by a movement that stills mystifies me, you find the courage to go on.”

                      Phil Cousineau

                      The Handbook for the Soul