Monthly Archives: May 2014

Planting my own Metaphor

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux Nature as a mirror can help bring insights into your daily life.  When I made the transition to move to Bellingham I planted sage seeds gifted to me by my adviser.  Their stage of sprouting made … Continue reading

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The Promise of the Rainbow

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux Inspired by the response of the Rainbow Warrior I thought again about what rainbows mean to me.  When I turned 25 I traveled to Hawaii.  There I was told that without rain there can be no … Continue reading

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Be Your Warrior Self

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux Anytime it seems the world is coming against me for no good reason, I have a friend who reassures me that I’m being prepared for something greater. I am a warrior, a pioneer, and no good … Continue reading

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Climate Change Mistiming

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux Naomi Klein’s article, The Change Within, published in Cascadia Weekly was a great way to illustrate the issues with timing that climate change is causing. The key illustration is when animals who have not adjusted as … Continue reading

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Sacred Warrior

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux In looking over my notes for the posts I want to write I unintentionally put two words together:  Sacred Warrior.  If I were to invite you to be a Sacred Warrior, what would I be asking … Continue reading

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Whispers Beyond the Boundary

By Tiffany A. Dedeaux Sacred is what is private.  It requires permission to enter, and still, few recognize the significance of what it means to be allowed to enter.  This was what I realized on an intentional walk when I … Continue reading

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Spring Rain

Spring rain is the sudden falling of water softly from the sky. Soft, not like a mist, more like the tapping on the arm by a friend. Soft enough to make the tulips dance but not so hard as to … Continue reading

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Life is Made of Moments

Oooo  oooo ooo, the owl in me says Drawing attention to something that catches my attention   A reminder of whoooo ooo ooo I am

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The Elements

There is earth to ground you To keep you from falling   There is air to guide you As by light you move and dark you stay   There is water to mirror you To show you what you may … Continue reading

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Rain

It doesn’t help to wish it wasn’t raining. It is what it is. What matters is what you do with…or in…the rain.

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