Getting real; staying clear


In honor of the Solstice, and the stillness, I’m reposting this piece.

going naked being seen

All man’s miseries derive from not being able to sit quietly in a room alone. ~Blaise Pascal~~

Stone statute of woman Stillness

Kansas City had two major snow storms in the past week.  The Mayor declared a Emergency each time, and all activity ground to a halt. People stayed home, and things got really quiet outside. Power went out for many people too, and that freaked them out. It made me very grateful that I love the stillness, even without a major snow storm, and that I’ve found a source of power within that sustains me. Even power outages don’t worry me, because I know it will come back on. I live almost by candlelight anyway, and have plenty of warm clothes for such times. The power companies here are efficient with such things too.

I heard people say that they “couldn’t stand another day alone”, and that the hours without power were, “the longest…

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    Thank YOU for posting this again… I just read it in the silence of the evening, with blue lights over fireplace, fire in the woodburner, candles burning, xmas lights in kitchen, white snow outside & a little tree in backyard facing the creek with blue/white lights on it… so peaceful & still in this beautiful cabin/house among numerous fir trees I planted covered w/ snow… I love it here… enjoying every moment until I leave & move up north… Thank YOU Mary Ann for all your are! I love you xooxo peace, pam xoxoxo

    December 23, 2013 at 12:39 am

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