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Book Review: Five Quarters of the Orange

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Five Quarters of the Orange by Joanne Harris This book is a first-person narrative of a woman, Framboise, reflecting on both her childhood in Nazi-occupied France and her present life. The past holds a terrible secret, and Framboise slowly reveals what she knows over the course of the story. I was riveted by this book from the first page. Something about Joanne… Read more »

Monday Meditation

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A meditation for the week ahead: April 4 – April 10 May I practice walking a path that includes both playfulness and self-protection. I understand this is not an easy task, but both are essential to my health and well-being. May I communicate clearly to others what I need, whether it be support or space. May I pay close attention to… Read more »

Daily: Six of Cups

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Today’s card is the Six of Cups. Pre-Research Reflections The card looks very cozy and intimate. Two people in a little flower cave with earth symbols everywhere. That could just be that this is the Efflorescent tarot deck, but not every card is packed with flowers. Cups are water/emotion, so perhaps this card may have something to do with emotional closeness?… Read more »