From Darkness to Light

Posted: October 17, 2020   By: Lupin Marie
Submitted by RAS   It’s 2020, a year of many challenges.  For me, the biggest is staying centered when the world around and within me seems to be falling apart.  Climate change intensifying,

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Laughter

Posted:   By: Lupin Marie
Submitted by RAS   What is highly contagious all over the world and not to be feared as a pandemic? The answer is “laughter. Laughter is contagious.  When someone laughs it is really hard not

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Stress

Posted: August 5, 2020   By: Lupin Marie
Submitted by RAS I have a motto for Lupin:  Come to Lupin to undress and de-stress Stress is the fear that something bad is about to happen, or something bad has happened and I don’t know what to d

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Beauty

Posted: July 29, 2020   By: Lupin Marie
submitted by RAS   Photo by Rachel Hall   Beauty surrounds me demanding my attention.  My physical body comes to a halt and I feel my heart expand my vision. There is a stillness within me

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Swimming Naked in a Body of Water

Posted: July 23, 2020   By: Lupin Marie
Submitted by RAS The first memory I have of being naked in a body of water was around the age of 6 or 7.  I was just the right size to fully stretch out underwater while taking a bath. It was blissfu

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When Things Go Awry

Posted: July 16, 2020   By: Lupin Marie
Submitted by RAS Some of the things that went awry: The electricity was turned off at the worst possible time and I worried that I would lose a few hundred dollars in frozen food.  I was scammed for

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On Relationship

Posted: June 24, 2020   By: Lupin Marie
Submitted by RAS We are always in relationship with someone, something, someplace, some idea some feeling even some other like ourselves. As I am writing this I am in relationship with my pen, my thou

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Masks and Lines

Posted: June 15, 2020   By: Lupin Marie
Submitted by Rochelle. It has been my custom when I am out and about to smile at someone I perceive to be a kindred spirit. And often as not we exchange smiles and move on.  It doesn’t happen with

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Our Stories

Posted: June 3, 2020   By: Lupin Marie
Submitted by Rochelle We are defined, somewhat, by our stories.  We accumulate stories from the time we are old enough for memory to kick in. “Our memories become the file cabinets where we sto

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Six Feet

Posted: May 27, 2020   By: Lupin Marie
Submitted by RAS They bury you at six feet deep, but today six feet apart keeps you alive. We hug.  We love to hug. Hugs are for everyone, children hug, grownups hug (sportswomen and men hug, great b

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