The prayer I fell into this morning at my altar.

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Photo by Tina Lear

I will do my best today to be of service
to something larger than me.


I ran out of medication on a hike.

Desperation gave me a gift that will last a lifetime.

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Photo by Kurhan, courtesy of adobestock.com


Right speech on the winning side of an election.

The crucial part of walking your talk.

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image by master1305, courtesy of adobestock.com

It feels important right now to remember kindness.


Sometimes you just have to strip the bed and change the sheets.

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Photo by Tina Lear

How we make our bed is important.


Pandemic constraints taught me how to be a real user.

The forgotten part of our economy: USING what we buy.

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Photos by PackShot, courtesy of adobestock.com


Poetry

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Photo by Amity Howard-Reiss


Stop blaming it on the phone.

The devil is our own unconsciousness.

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Photo by lassedesignen courtesy of Adobestock.com


Poetry

I’m free as a bird.

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Photo by Vadimalekcandr, courtesy of adobestock.com


Are you brave enough to see the real world?

Fear is blinding us. There’s another way.

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Drop your fear, in three steps.


But it might be the only way to let go of my past.

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Photo by Kathleen Bowman courtesy of Adobestock.com

About

tinalear

Writer. Yoga teacher. Musician. Buddhist. Quilter. Animal lover. Visible grownup. Hidden child. Secret dancer when all alone. Makes good bread.

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