Monthly Archives: January 2014

Here Comes the Sun – Ten Hours of Daylight

Where I live, on February first our day length reaches ten hours. Hallelujah! Ever since reaching college age, I’ve dealt with SAD (seasonal defective disorder), so November first to February first has been a marathon of darkness to be pushed … Continue reading

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Carpe 86,400

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http://youtu.be/bDBVD9KPHHU One Lifetime = 2,366,820,000 seconds. How do you measure your life? How do you measure your day? Your hours? Your minutes? Your seconds? For the most part, TIME on a general scale,…

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Winter Robins

When I was young, robins were the harbingers of spring as we never saw them until March. This has not been the case for at least the last decade as they have adjusted their winter range northward. Last summer for … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Mozart

January 27th is the anniversary of the birth of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (January 27, 1756 – December 5, 1791). To me, Mozart is the greatest composer the world has ever seen, but I keep hoping for a reincarnation. He died prematurely and the world … Continue reading

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Winter Gardens

For those of us in the Snow Belt, winter in the garden is pretty much limited to observation from inside the house, which can be quite rewarding if you have evergreens, interesting twiggy shrubs and good, solid background structure. If … Continue reading

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Four Laws of Spirituality

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Today I want to share something very special with you. I want to share the 4 Laws of Spirituality as practiced by us Hindus. Now, this list is not absolute. It is a…

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