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Something told me …..

August 28, 2007 by  
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In conversations with friends and acquaintances, I have noticed myself saying “Something told me …” very often. “Something told me” to have the trees in my yard pruned before going on vacation. Good thing – so that when Hurricane Dean became a threat the day after my return home, I was prepared. “Something told me” […]

The minute you ask – it is

July 8, 2007 by  
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This morning, I strolled through my backyard carrying out my morning routine of collecting the mangoes that have fallen overnight from the trees. It is such a pleasure to see the bounty left to me each morning, even as I realise that the birds have shared in this, judging from the number of pecked-at mangoes […]

Trust in Action

July 6, 2007 by  
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This is an IM (instant messenger) conversation I had with my son, Shane, yesterday. Shane was at home with his friend Luca. I was at my office. Shane: Mummy, I do not want to go to swimming today Mummy: You have to go. You made the commitment and you must stick to your commitments After […]

Trust

June 24, 2007 by  
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A friend recently asked me to help him through the issue of trust, and the challenges he was having trusting people. I blithely responded as someone “on the path” “Oh. I trust everyone”. However, in a later conversation with him I found myself musing and questioning the whole thing of TRUST as I started to […]

We live in a trusting world

December 29, 2006 by  
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As I watched the plane taking my children from Jamaica to Trinidad take off on Wednesday, it occurred to me that we live in a trusting world. Imagine the level of trust that I displayed in putting my sweet babies on a plane by themselves to take them safely to Trinidad. How totally I trusted […]

Nothing is ever lost

December 26, 2006 by  
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A few nights ago, I could not find my car keys. I was at my mother’s house. I had laid them on her dining table the minute I entered her home. When I was ready to leave, the keys were nowhere to be found. We searched everywhere and everything – the entire living room, the […]

Moving from fear to love – the missing link

July 22, 2006 by  
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One morning about 4 weeks ago, I was on a run in my neighbourhood. Coming up a hill, I got separated from my running partner. As I huffed and puffed up the hill, I noticed a man on a bicycle. He rode ahead, then kept circling back. I noticed his actions and started to think […]

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