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    Higher Living Reflections

    Song of Yourself

    Following one’s bliss sets one on a course from which, once begun, there is no turning back. The trek is usually started on after a soulful review and finding one’s life wanting or disappointing. In “Masks We Wear,” I write about identifying roles one has adopted and played and the need to rip off those masks to set forth on a new or altered course. But unless one totally understands and accepts the reality of his past, he is in…

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    Solstice Lament and Hope

    A thought from Joseph Campbell: Mythology begins where madness starts. A person who is truly gripped by a calling, by a dedication, by a belief, by a zeal, will sacrifice his…

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    What’s in a Name?

    “That which we call a rose,” Juliet surmises, “By any other name would smell as sweet.”. Well, maybe not. One suspects Juliet might be less smitten if her paramour’s name were…