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A Love Letter to the People of Boston

by Carol Hess on April 15, 2013

Dear People of Boston, I’m sending you my love and thoughts and prayers. Love, love, love, love, love, love, love, love, love, love, love. Love is the only antidote I know to the fear that is the source of such horrible acts of terror.  And the only balm to soothe the grieving heart and soul.

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Squirrel in the Middle of the Road Syndrome

by Carol Hess on April 23, 2012

I’m still reeling from how many people could identify with my last post about fence post-sitting.  Much as I love the company, this is NOT a good thing.  Birds sit on fence posts (and you know what they’re doing while they sit there) – not humans. If you’re going to transform this world of ours […]

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Categories Personal Empowerment, The Art of Star Polishing, The Mind Game

The Firewalk

by Carol Hess on September 27, 2011

“I don’t believe it,” my mother exclaimed. “Well, believe it,” I answered rather cheekily. “You couldn’t have.” “Well, I did.” “I never heard of such a thing.” “Mom, there’s lots of things you’ve never heard of.” My mother’s lips tightened, and her eyes flashed that cold blue fire that made me quake in my boots.  […]

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Categories Personal Empowerment, The Art of Star Polishing, The Mind Game