Monthly Archives: May 2014

The New River

Sometimes I find myself drawn to the river.  I go to the river bank while the sky is still dark and watch the course of the water as the sun makes its entrance.   The sun’s early glimmers reflect off the … Continue reading

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A Robin Lover’s Observations

I can’t remember the last time I felt truly happy.  Not just pretending to be happy for the moment, but a real lasting feeling of happiness.  I long for the sensation of being confident and at ease with myself.  I … Continue reading

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The Dance of My Dreams

Sigmund Freud theorized that dreams could be broken down into two parts.  The manifest portion is what the dream seems to be saying and the latent portion is what the dream is really trying to say.  That view of dreams … Continue reading

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Saying Goodbye is Hard

There are some seemingly insignificant and subtle skills learned in life that most of us take for granted.   One of those life lessons involves the use of a word we frequently use, but devote very little time and thought to … Continue reading

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A Bit of Cosmic Dust

I’ve spent most of my life not believing a higher power existed but hoping one did.  How did I become what I am today?  Why wasn’t I destined to be a bit of cosmic dust?  Maybe I could have been … Continue reading

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Two Opposing Forces

Lori was raised without the comforting knowledge that her father loved her.  He didn’t know how to tell her or show her he cared.  She never said she loved him, she also didn’t know how to say the word love … Continue reading

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Old Barns

I find myself inexplicably drawn to, and have a passion for, old barns.  My fascination lies primarily with the old rust colored wooden ones that once wore a fresh red coat.  I come upon these old symbols of farms that … Continue reading

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