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Spiritual Poetry – Part V

from Mark Nepo “the fastest way to freedom is to feel your feelings.” ¬†gita bellin this sounds pretty simple, but though it’s easy to know you have feelings, easy to know their weight and agitation and suddenness of mood, it … Continue reading

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Spiritual Poetry – Part IV

Mark Nepo On the way to Chimayo, a woman saw two Spanish farmers repositioning stones in a riverbed to redirect the flow; she felt compelled to help. She had the feeling that this had been done for centuries – their … Continue reading

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Spiritual Poetry – Part III

another from Mark Nepo Before we blink, we know each other. We speak before we speak, with eyes and lips, in how we tip our heads, in how we lean like trees tired of waiting for the sun. We tell … Continue reading

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Spiritual Poetry – Part II

more from Mark Nepo A blind child guided by his mother, admires the cherry blossoms… – Kikakou Who knows what a blind child sees of blossoms or songbirds? Who knows what any of us sees from the privacy of our … Continue reading

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Spiritual Poetry – Part I

from The Book of Awakening by Mark Nepo Whatever our path, whatever the color or grain of our days, whatever riddles we must solve to stay alive, the secret of life somehow always has to do with the awakening and … Continue reading

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