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Pebbles for Thoughts,Donna M Thomas,Mystic,Author
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30-Days of Silence Day 18

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We live our own personal drama/comedy/tragedy/adventure stories. Along our journeys, we and our stories bump into each other, crash into each other, embrace each other, or bow to each other. I do my best these days to

30-Days of Silence Day 17

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I went back into the chapel and was about to sit down to meditate when I noticed the back and slight profile of man, and he struck me as handsome. I said to myself, Simmer down, Donna. This is not the time or place for that.

30-Day of Silence Day 17

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I went back into the chapel and was about to sit down to meditate when I noticed the back and slight profile of man, and he struck me as handsome. I said to myself, Simmer down, Donna. This is not the time or place for that.

30-Days of Silence Days 15-16

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I had choir rehearsal today. That was interesting. Singing within the practice of Silence. I knew choir rehearsals were starting during this silence. I consider singing in the choir part of my life work…bringing about joy and healing.

30-Days of Silence Days 13-14

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The weirdest thing happened today. I needed to give someone $35. To do that, I needed to get change for a $50. I walked to the corner of 7th and Montana, where there are several stores, restaurants, and a bank.

30-Days of Silence Day 12

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I’ve been struck with how kind everyone has been when they find out I can’t talk. I assume they think I’m damaged, have laryngitis, or that I was born this way. But every time I make the fingers across the throat sign while mouthing, I can’t talk,

30-Days of Silence Days 10-11

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It’s an interesting task to get silent on days when there’s so much going on! Going out into the world, then coming home. Then out into the world again, then coming home. It would be SO much simpler if I was in a cave!

30-Days of Silence Day 9

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30 Days of Silence Day 9: I’m thinking about the insightful quote of Abraham Lincoln’s, “I do not like that man. I must get to know him better.” When we fall out of love with our mate or a family member, or fall out of like with a friend or a colleague,

30-Days of Silence Days 6-8

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30-Days of Silence Days 6-8: That last few days have been full of quite a bit of contemplation, and a couple wonderful surprises. It appears that I’m not the only one who is sinking deeper into their life right now.

30-Days of Silence Day 5

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30-Days of Silence Day 5: It appears that this first week of “mostly” 30-Days of Silence has been about easing into the silence while tying up loose ends of things I had committed to before I committed to this silence.