Category Archives: personal journey

Hopeful: To be full of hope

I got the call yesterday afternoon at 3:00 pm. I almost didn’t answer it as the call display read, “anonymous”.  Usually that means a telemarketer, someone telling me I won something, or a courtesy call from some bank wanting to … Continue reading

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Point Me in The Right Direction

Point me in the right direction Lead me down the road So I may make a difference here To ease another’s load   Point me in the right direction Help me see the way I have so many choices now … Continue reading

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The Homecoming

I rolled open the sliding glass doors to the Barrie Learning Centre yesterday morning with a racing heart.  I was early – earlier than most of the staff and so the school was quiet.  Sitting at her desk, right behind … Continue reading

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Through my window..

I rest.  I lay still.  And through my bedroom window –  I see. My body is exhausted, but my mind has been liberated. What chains and shackles bind us to the physical dimensions of what we see and what we … Continue reading

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