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About fragmentsandthoughts

A one-generation-off-the boat demi-Sicilian.

Winter Moonlight

8 Jan 14 4:00 a.m. Moon shadows stretch across the side yard from the waning gibbous moon, a bright ninety percent illumination. The missing ten percent a glow reflected by snow dust. Tree branches, moon sketched dark, cast mirror images … Continue reading

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A Slow Internet

7 Jan 14 Small stone: The Internet is slow today, weighted with snow falling, dense, fog thick. ### These Thoughts Don’t Mean Anything Lesson 4 – A Course In Miracles A different observation prompt, today: To watch my thoughts for … Continue reading

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Enlightenment

6 Jan 15 I Don’t Understand Anything I See Lesson 3 – A Course in Miracles I’ve replayed the lesson. Paused the recording. Jotted notes, fragmented bits of grappled comprehension. My dead mother’s in the background offering encouragement. “Third grade … Continue reading

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Awareness: An Epiphany

5 Jan 14 Awareness: An Epiphany – Lesson 2, A Course in Miracles In my childhood home our non perishables were kept in a tall metal cupboard on a small landing three steps down from our galley-sized kitchen, the mud … Continue reading

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Nothing I See Means Anything

4 Jan 15 I signed up for a year long course, A Course in Miracles. The music intrigued me. It’s not surprising the universe would capture my attention in that way. I listen to music selected for its power to … Continue reading

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Choosing Words The Resolution

1 Jan 15 The intention to choose words with all its hopes, dreams and core desired feelings meant to actually be, do, feel, reflect and write Active, to become a better, more purposeful life participant, an observant writer, a documenter, … Continue reading

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Snow Fall

29 Dec 14 After a green Christmas with temperatures in the high fifties, it’s snowing, the slow peaceful kind. Large, lazy flakes silently, steadily, gather. A quiet congregation has begun to accumulate on the mulched raised gardens, on the brown … Continue reading

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