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Do Not Go Quietly

Do Not Go Quietly (A Guide to Living Consciously and Aging Wisely for People Who Weren’t Born Yesterday), by George and Sedena Cappannelli, was given to me by Hay House in exchange for my honest opinion of it. The introduction reveals that over the next decades half our population will be age 50 and older, for the […]

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Finding a Measure of Comfort

I share with you a message of comfort, from today’s Weekend Meditation by Katy Brennan from the Archetype Me community: Many of us read the lovely quote from Fred Rodgers that went viral this week. Ubiquitous as it was, I’d like to launch us into the weekend with a reminder of his sweet and comforting words. […]

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To Heaven and Back

To Heaven and Back, by Mary C. Neal, MD, is a beautiful “extraordinary account of her death, Heaven, angels, and life again.” Although pretty spectacular in and of itself, the author’s death experience is not the only facet to this book.  Dr. Neal relates events from her childhood through life past that singular death event, how […]

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In the Shadow of a Badge

I read this book because I wanted to learn more about the field of angels at the crash site of Flight 93 on 9/11 in Shanksville, PA.  Lille Leonardi, an FBI agent serving at the crash site, has written this memoir of her personal spiritual journey in regards to this vision she was gifted with.  By sharing her journey she […]

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The Importance of Being Extraordinary

I just finished this wonderful two-cd audio set by spiritual powerhouses Wayne Dyer and Eckhart Tolle.  What a combo!  They have an insightful visit with each other, made me think of coffee with Wendy–although our audience is usually furry household pets instead of a lecture hall full of appreciative spiritual seekers! Having recently read and thoroughly enjoyed Wishes Fulfilled […]

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