Carol's Favorite Postings
A Mother's Plea
A woman whose daughter was killed by a suicide bomber cries, very poignantly, for peace.
Out of Balance
A story from my 2005 Vision Quest
A Vision Quest experience that I will never forget.
Act of Peace & Compassion
This gives me hope.
Third Road Home
I just love her voice and the words are... true.
Carlos Arredondos' Story
A father's grief.
Camp Casey Day Two
Some members of my family.
Bake Sale For Body Armor Experiences
This is just one post from my experience of selling baked goods to get body armor to our soldiers. Our total money earned ended up at over $3500.
One of the many memorable times that I have experienced while standing with Women in Black.
I wrote this during a hard time that I was having. I know that being with the storms is the way through and coming through the other side, I find the clear skies.
The Hard Places
This is when I learned that "Killing hurts the killer, not the killed."
Straight out of I Love Lucy
Through the chaos, it's still better to spend the night outside waiting than spend it sleeping in jail.
I have this writing memorized and use it as a reminder to stay in a place of love - to give love to people and situations.
Lesson #1,099,894,261 in impermanence. I had to include this in my favorites, because I get so much healing from the desert.
Who Owns My Arugula?
Big business is taking over what is really OUR business. The food we eat should be sacred energy from the earth, but others want to own it and control what we ingest - not for our best interest.
Okay, lesson #1,099,894,262 in impermanence. Slowly getting there???
People Just Like Us
How do I reconcile that I participate in the killings of people just like me? How do I connect with the thought that Bush and the others that orchestrate the killings are people who need love just like me? The Eyes Wide Open exhibit brought up these questions for me.
How to Stop the War
When tragedy struck the Amish community, they reached out with love. We all have a lot to learn from them.
Only a Moment's Difference
I think that, until we become aware of the intentions behind what we do, until we take the time to really think, not acting out of habit, acculturation, or laziness, we will have a world of violence and indifference. There is only a moment of difference, but the results the momentum created by the results are huge.