Category Archives: Healing and Wholeness

Sacred dying

Sacred dying :- Doug.

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Be tender

Do healthy Be tender Think deeply :- Doug.

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Life for Dad?

What is better quality of life for Dad? :- Doug.

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Except it is

You imagine something It isn’t really happening Except it is—in your mind :- Doug.

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Do healthy

Do healthy. Keep loving. Reflect. :- Doug.

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We rely each

We rely each upon the we :- Doug.

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Never noun

In point of fact, is a person a noun, a verb, an adverb, an adjective? In actual lived life a person cannot be a noun. A person: ever changing never known never noun :- Doug.

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Spiral performance

You have the vision. You do the thing. Perform it on earth for the people to see. A spiral. :- Doug.

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Wind blows where

The wind blows where it will Its from and to we know not Our lives leave but footprints in the wind :- Doug.

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People we like

We work with people we like. :- Doug.

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Hardest there is

This requires thinking—the hardest work there is. :- Doug.

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Worthy challenges

Life is worth its challenges. :- Doug.

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Hear beyond listening

Reflective hearing is of highest value. Hear beyond listening: take in, assimilate the other. Reflect: explore further this path. :- Doug.

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Garden for flourishing

Our work is to create better conditions for life. We are gardeners making an environment for flourishing. :- Doug.

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Is suffering intrinsic?

Joan Berzoff on Friday said suffering is intrinsic to dying. I ask if that is so. Or do we mistake the work, do we mistake arduous for suffering? Do we get in the way? :- Doug.

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Hear the lessons

Hence, a lot of thinking about what that transformation might be. My clients can guide me, ought to be the guides. But we can do more, much more for them, than simply the technical grunt work of the Medicaid application. … Continue reading

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Baker’s Implementing:

Baker’s Implementing. Baker seems to prompt things from me. Just this morning he spoke of the professional as transforming the client. This is a higher step than service and higher than experience: help the client to become better. :- Doug.

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