nataliescarberry on What’s in a Title? Carrie Cannady on What’s in a Title? sojourner on What’s in a Title? What’s in a Title? |… on Reflections – The Legacy… D. Wallace Peach on Patience Please
Voices from the Margins by Carol A. Hand is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Based on a work at https://carolahand.wordpress.com/ .
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at https://carolahand.wordpress.com/ .
CopyrightCopyright Notice: © Carol A. Hand and carolahand, 2013-2017. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Carol A. Hand and carolahand with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.
Top Posts & Pages
- A Little About Us
- How Dare the Media Reframe History?
- Reflections about Education and “Walking the Talk”
- May Moon
- Reflections – For Standing Rock Water Protectors
- Reflections - The Legacy of Continuing Loss…
- Passing Time
- “Integrity vs. Despair”
- Reflections (Literally) – Tuesday, June 28, 2016
- Reflections – Saturday, July 30, 2016
Category Archives: Reflections
Carol A. Hand “The more real you get, the more unreal the world gets.” (John Lennon) *** *** Working on a book manuscript that is in part a memoir presents unique opportunities and challenges. In the editing process, I often … Continue reading
Carol A. Hand A cool morning breeze touches my feverish forehead while I watch the dawning struggling to breathe What is important in this moment? Loving thoughts of the next generation Gratitude for healers and visionaries who stand together in … Continue reading
Carol A. Hand Last night before I fell asleep, I did what I usually do. Solved a cryptogram puzzle or two. Often the quotes in the puzzle books are silly, but on rare occasions they inspire deeper reflection like the … Continue reading
Carol A. Hand One moment, I’m reliving memories of the past, driving through a snowstorm on an October night. After eating, I go to the small gas station next door to ask directions to the address Ward Wright gave me … Continue reading
Carol A. Hand *** Separating fact from fiction may be more difficult than it seems *** *** Can what matters most in life be discerned when we’re programmed with false news and empty materialistic dreams? *** *** Smoke and mirrors … Continue reading
Carol A. Hand Tuesday, March 14, 2017 The days I work on my manuscript feel sacred to me. It’s why I can’t do anything but manuscript work for dedicated blocks of time. And that’s why I don’t force myself to … Continue reading
Carol A. Hand In a single frame Symbols of civilization juxtaposed with nature reaching ever higher for the light yearning to breathe free *** ***