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17 September 2014


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You have such a gift, Corey...to express what some of us feel but have a difficult time putting into words.

Thank you for the comfort that putting it into words brings.


This past year has been a spiritual journey for me for sure. With the help of your many posts which led to deep reflection, I have come full circle. It is good to be on the other side . . . A place where I feel much more at home.

I do pray that we find our way, each and every one in the world. There are so many lost souls. I loved reading of your description of spiritual, as it definitely is more than a religion.

WOW what you said made so much sense to me...and was SO profound. I have wondered what being spiritual meant. I was with a small group of women and the subject of Religion came up. I heard comments like, "I'm Spitual but not Religious" and I was baffled. Thank you for clearing this up for me.
I'm almost 70 and still learning :)

"to see that which is longing to be seen"...and in doing so we honor the gifts and beauty placed in each of us as well as those things around us. I hope you feel seen by those who matter to you and I hope they truly see your beauty and gifts. I live a world away from you, yet I feel you are a kindred spirit. Thank you for your beautiful insights! Kristy

Endlessly coaxing the subconscious to the surface.

Am I the only one who sees a copyright symbol in the middle of the labyrinth?


Namaste...you illustrate it's definition so well. I recognize the spirit and beauty in you, and you recognize it in me, and that way we are one!


Simple, beautiful and profound...
Your blog so often mirrors what I am seeing or listening to in my life.
Opening the heart in just the right way on this rainy day...
Thank you and blessings!

Very touching and beautiful as are all your postings.
Much love

Hey Franca Bolla,

I didn't see it before, but now it is hard to miss!

Corey, what and where was the photo taken--it looks like part of a monastery...?

You write so beautifully, thank you, Lyn

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