The Autumn Leaves Have Got Me Thinking

The Autumn Leaves Have Got Me Thinking

by Cathee Poulsen At 76, let’s face it, I’m dwelling in the late autumn years of life. More honestly, pretty close to winter. We grow old and die in the same way we’ve lived our lives. ~Parker Palmer At the outset, I’d like to say this post isn’t about growing old gracefully. Like Parker Palmer […]

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The Beautiful Truth of Letting Go

The Beautiful Truth of Letting Go

by Cathee Poulsen It’s late afternoon in Georgia as I pick up my pen. Filtered light drifts through the thick canopy of trees and hummingbirds dart back and forth drawing nectar from their feeder. I’ve come to this house countless times over the years. To see these friends from college days when the whole world […]

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A New Kind of Sabbath Rest

A New Kind of Sabbath Rest

by Cathee Poulsen The surrounding air is redolent with lemony magnolia and gardenia blooms. It’s spring in Florida. Blue skies and golden sunshine abound and my heart prepares for a new season. Arise, my love, my beautiful one, and come away, for behold, the winter is past; the rain is over and gone. The flowers […]

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