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  1. V

    I would like to have a safe space to share my thoughts

    6 months ago
  2. d


    12 months ago
  3. Mary Pat

    For reconciliation among neighbors. For people to be kind to one another. For wisdom and truth to be honored. And of course, wanting to see love among all beings everywhere….

    12 months ago
  4. O.Christina

    To re-member. To open up more to vulnerability and to Love.

    12 months ago
  5. Hot Sauce

    My heart is yearning for insights about a variety of deep philosophical questions-these ones in particular:
    1. Is Universalism compatible with free will?
    2. Is forgiveness always possible, even in cases of bodily trauma responses that make forgiveness difficult?
    3. Do prayer and the Law of Attraction really work (fun fact: the Law of Attraction has its roots in Hinduism!)? If so, why have intercessory prayer studies shown otherwise?
    4. Where are the boundaries between cultural appreciation and cultural misappropriation? How do we navigate that issue?
    5. Is it possible to have a Christology with a realized eschatology without supersessionism?
    6. How do I manage my anxiety when running races and preaching? And how do I run faster like I did in college?

    12 months ago
  6. Gaia

    To travel and explore, feel free and enjoy the now

    12 months ago
  7. Patricia

    Oh my….. For tyrants to fall; for the common good to inspire leadership; for justice for the poor and oppressed. For all of that – and for the persistence of hope and faith in my heart.

    12 months ago
  8. L

    Peace, love, happiness.

    12 months ago
  9. Hermann-Josef

    Love, Joy, Peace

    12 months ago
  10. d

    To be understood, respected, and accepted.

    12 months ago
  11. Don Jones

    Expression. It is usually identified with Love. So, to Love.

    12 months ago
  12. pkr


    12 months ago
  13. Elaine

    In a rough patch here – yearning to be seen, to be heard, for reciprocity in relationship.

    12 months ago
  14. L

    Uncluttered peace in my life and home. (I just need the courage to throw stuff away!!!)

    12 months ago
  15. K


    12 months ago
  16. Marnie Jackson

    Acceptance and belonging – especially as I start a new journey that I am anxious about taking

    12 months ago
  17. Michele

    It’s National Sacher Torte Day – I never heard of it and would love a place local who makes it to try it – sounds delicious! (layering apricot jam between a rich, chocolate sponge cake and topped it with a layer of chocolate icing.)
    Happy World Soil Day to Holly and Javier!

    12 months ago
    1. Holly in Ohio

      Thank you, Michele! Let’s celebrate soil with a bit of that Sacher Torte, please! 😋

      Were you able to try any?

      12 months ago
    2. ch

      Hi Michele! My daughter in law makes a very delicious one for family birthdays 🙂

      12 months ago
      1. Michele


        12 months ago
  18. DeVonna


    12 months ago
    1. Holly in Ohio

      Yes, dear heart. Praying for you.

      12 months ago
  19. D

    To hold close and never loose sight of the blessings I have received. Health, my family, a warm home.

    12 months ago
  20. EJP

    My heart is yearning for answers….guidance and direction.

    12 months ago
  21. sunnypatti48317

    For CoVid to go away.

    12 months ago
  22. Kevin

    Over the past couple of months, I have learning new ways to better manage my chronic back pain, and it is working. I just finished reading David Hanscom’s newest book, “Back in Control,” which is an excellent introduction to the whole field of neuroplasticity and neurophysiology disorder and the role that the brain plays in how we experience pain. My heart yearns to be able get my lower back pain levels to a better place and these new approaches are so far helping tremendously.

    12 months ago
    1. Mica

      Thank you, Kevin – that’s wonderful news!!!! I’ve just downloaded the kindle version of the book. I’m seeing a doctor about back pain this week. Fortunately for me, it’s much less serious than your back pain, but I’m excited to see what I’ll learn. My most distressing pain is between the shoulder blades – a few vertebrae? The lower back pain comes and goes and distresses me less. The pain between the shoulder blades comes and goes too but distresses me more, if that makes sense.

      12 months ago
    2. Antoinette

      So happy to hear that it is helping . May I ask what it is that is helping ? Is it stretching ?

      12 months ago
      1. Kevin

        Hello Antoinette, I’ve stretching for years, which is helpful for many things as we age, but stretching has done little to relieve my chronic back pain. The science of neurophysiological approach to. pain management is what is helping me now. The science teaches that all pain originates in the brain, and managing how it works and how we respond to it is the key. If you want to share more we can decide to chat more via email, text, cell, or smoke signals (kidding!) But truly, happy to make that happen, just let me know. While I’m new to this new approach, I’ve been dealing with lower back pain for over 12 yrs!!

        12 months ago
  23. Christine

    I patiently long to see my husband Karel again.

    12 months ago

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