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Don’t hold back

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If you knew that everything is possible.

If you allowed yourself to shape reality in any way your heart tells you to.

What would that look like?

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Don’t hold back.

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Yes, love

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in my love

in love

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IMG_1703 (2)* Curtis Kulig Easter egg and Brooklyn Bridge

Enjoy the view

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Connecting. Re-connecting. Exploring.

Exhausted, but oh so HAPPY!

♥ New York.

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Oak Alley

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Last week I visited Oak Alley Plantation in Louisiana. The place has a fascinating story, as do many of the old plantation homes in the south, but it also has the most beautiful old oak trees I’ve ever seen.

Afterwards when looking through my pictures, it sort of bothered me that there was people in the shots, but then I remembered that my editing program allows me to retouch. So then I simply retouched the people out. Then the iron railings. And then I kind of went overboard with the colors and the lighting.  

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In any version, this is a gorgeous place.

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I do love the altered ones, though..

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Prayer of presence

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Today I spent all day in a workshop, examining assumptions about inner power and limitations to happiness. I mean, that’s the short version. The very short version. It was very Anthony Robbins’ish, which is to say a little hyper with lots of catch-phrases, and a fair amount of shouting YES! I’d received this workshop as a gift from a friend and had decided to just show up with an open mind and see what might happen. I definitely left feeling enriched – and also a little amused with the whole show of it.

Anyway, this Sanskrit prayer was hanging in the hallway, and in a way it did the exact same job in just a minute that the workshop was doing in a whole day; reminding me to be present, and live my life well. Now.

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