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Courtesy

COURTESY Courtesy shrinks from the state of the world’s manners.  Just the other day she was taking the train into work.  The hustle of the early morning commute can be jangly after a weekend spent drinking her early morning coffee … Continue reading

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GRACE

[Cut wood tree at Longwood Gardens] GRACE grace [grās]  n.  The exercise of love, kindness, mercy, favor, disposition to benefit or serve another, favor bestowed or privilege conferred.   It’s good to know your history, your people, the things that … Continue reading

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LOYALTY

[All photos by Ian Eberly] LOYALTY If you read my post, The Twelve Virtues of the Merchant Priest, from the book  Sacred Commerce, A Blueprint for a New Humanity, (reviewed) by authors Ayman Sawaf and Rowan Gabrielle, then you know that … Continue reading

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The Twelve Virtues of the Merchant Priests

The Twelve Virtues of the Merchant Priests I recently reviewed, Sacred Commerce, A Blueprint for a New Humanity, by authors Ayman Sawaf and Rowan Gabrielle. In their brilliant book, Sawaf and Gabrielle talk about the emotional alchemy practiced by the … Continue reading

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Sacred Commerce

Sacred Commerce   What do you call the New Age these days? If the New Age dawned in the 70’s, then it’s getting pretty long in the tooth, coming up on its semi-centennial, so wouldn’t a new designation almost be … Continue reading

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