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by Tania Carriere

January 23, 2022

This year we had a glorious Canadian fall - full of sunshine, bright blue skies and warm breezes. The leaves danced on the trees well past the date that we should have been raking them into big brown compost bags. I took time to sit in a sunny spot, with a warm cup of coffee in hand, laughing and enjoying the reprieve. “Glorious day, isn’t it?” we said to one another, we were giddy knowing that winter would be weeks in… READ MORE

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by Eric Alan

January 08, 2022

The end and beginning of old year and new have been marked by a series of deep storms, reminding me of the close connection between water and abundance. Here in the woods, there’s a direct link between our well-being and that of the rivers and creeks. When the rains come, the rivers rise, the land thrives, our well is full and fresh, we have fleeting respite from wildfire risk. I’m grateful for liquid abundance at the end… READ MORE

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by Eric Alan

December 10, 2021

Our society looks as fractured as an old sidewalk, to me. The cracks and buckling beneath our feet have lately become severe, and we the people often reflect that. We mirror our conditions.

 

When stress fractures appear to run through everything, I’ve learned to do something simple to regain perspective on wholeness: I look up. Beyond pains and branches and buildings and doubts, there are no cracks in the… READ MORE

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