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#WithOutaHome: First Experience (Burning Down the House)

“Homelessness was a positive step toward solving other problems.” — Survival Guide To Homelessness, “How To Solve Homelessness”, Saturday, May 28, 2011 Since I’ve begun reviewing my life and now clearly recognize homelessness as a pattern that began in my … Continue reading

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Follow “Sarah’s Last Words” Vision Board on Pinterest

The Creative Muse and Vision Board for the Sarah’s Last Words Project is up and available for you to follow on Pinterest. It includes images of the people and other resources visioned as the perfect team members to make Sarah’s … Continue reading

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Submissions Open For 2012 | Please Do Share!

OPEN CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS (2012) | You are invited to share the last words spoken to you by your loved ones to become a contributor to the Sarah’s Last Words project (Read Book Description). Select COMMENTS under this post to … Continue reading

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“Sarah’s Last Words” Project Update: Hard to Believe It’s Been Over a Year!

It’s incredible to me that a year has passed since my last post here. The truth is that I’ve been going through changes that have had an impact on moving forward on this project. I’m certain my discoveries and experiences … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t There More Trickster Book & Film Stories?

“Trickster stories were told to entertain and teach. Stories were usually left unexplained. This was done out of respect for the intelligence of both the listener and the Great Mystery. They hold deep meanings and no matter how you explain … Continue reading

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