Our Town

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A friend sent this to me saying, “I watched it thinking of our home and the changes & struggles we may be facing. I cried a little… I’m afraid. I see a culture and a way of life being pushed out & I can’t be angry because it’s righting a wrong.  [But] I don’t want this to be “our song”.”

Me, neither.

I cried a little too.  Watching beautiful things pass away is hard. No matter what happens, change is coming.  It might even be good but I’ll miss what was.

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11 comments

  • I like you new web site look.

    When you have time Kym could you drop by and check out my post today? I’d like your opinion as you have Joe Blow on your blog list.
    Thanks

    • Dave, the only blog link I have to Joe doesn’t have the stuff from your blog on it. I’m not sure what is up.

      • See the March 16th post – “Who,Me? Yeah! You

        I posted that info along with some other interesting info about our Joe Blow
        If you haven’t already read my post yeaterday – please check it out today

  • Apparently “change” is the only reliable constant in this life of ours. Thanks for the video. It reminds me that we are riding on Mother Earth, the great feminine body of knowledge, ceremony, sacredness. Our own bodies change, our minds change as do our kids (who grow into beautiful adults, as we did before them), and ultimately, the world around each of us changes. Your efforts to guide, inform, encourage and educate those in your world will only contribute in a huge and positive way to easier and healthier changes.

    • Well said, Laura….pretty much how I feel. I, personally don’t like change when it happens, but I’m, also, always looking forward to what is just around the corner.

  • Apparently “change” is the only reliable constant in this life of ours. Thanks for the video. It reminds me that we are riding on Mother Earth, the great feminine body of knowledge, ceremony, sacredness. Our own bodies change, our minds change as do our kids (who grow into beautiful adults, as we did before them), and ultimately, the world around each of us changes. Your efforts to guide, inform, encourage and educate those in your world will only contribute in a huge and positive way to easier and healthier changes.

    • Well said, Laura….pretty much how I feel. I, personally don’t like change when it happens, but I’m, also, always looking forward to what is just around the corner.

  • “All true things change and only that which changes remains true.” Carl Jung

  • “All true things change and only that which changes remains true.” Carl Jung

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