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Carol A. Hand The waxing crescent at sunset signals upcoming changes in seasons alerting me about the need to refocus for so many important reasons – *** *** Thank you all for sharing your visionary art, for enriching my life, … Continue reading
Carol A. Hand A gift of bigger yak trax and pecans Gleaned from Birmingham streets Kindness of a beloved friend Warms a winter heart with thoughtful treats *** *** Bringing back memories of treasured times past Shared laughter and tears … Continue reading
Carol A. Hand You appeared in a morning dream to ask for the energy of healing love, my dear I gave it freely, sensing otherwise an end is near Then I watched as you turned and slowly walked away your … Continue reading
Carol A. Hand I was saddened to hear you’ve begun a new journey, dear friend To a distant place that, although common, still has a mysterious end As I watched you struggle to find words, it was my heart that … Continue reading
Carol A. Hand Does one need to know deep suffering and cruelty To learn the importance of being kind? What is the secret of the transformative alchemy? Is it found in one’s heart or one’s mind? Does it come from … Continue reading
Carol A. Hand After I posted my last essay, I realized that I forgot to mention my gratitude to a dear friend, Cheryl Bates. She reviewed various drafts of the play (You Wouldn’t Want To Hear My Story) and gave … Continue reading