Monthly Archives: February 2017

Let Beauty Awake

My husband and I got married twenty-something years ago.  I was involved in opera at the time, so we had tons of music at our wedding.  One of the songs was Let Beauty Awake, by Ralph Vaughan Williams based on … Continue reading

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Skill And Precision

After college, I worked as a nurse at Duke Hospital on a neurosurgical unit.  I worked with brain surgeons.  Duke is a referral Center, so we treated patients with desperate illnesses.  It was a bit like Grey’s Anatomy minus the … Continue reading

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In Love With What Is

In church, as we open our eyes after meditation, I ask the congregation to be “in love with what is, as it is.” Some people see that as a controversial statement.  They say, “Is it really possible to be in … Continue reading

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