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COLUMNS : JANET BURNS  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
Coming to terms (10/03/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Moods turn with the seasons. Wisdom grows throughout years of seasons.

Iíve always been an outdoors person, but I realize, in earlier years I didnít embrace the splendor and fecundity all around us.  ... 

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The sound of silence (09/26/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns --

Thomas Keating once said, ďGodís first language is silence. Everything else is translation.Ē A very clever remark!

The imposition of sound:

I didnít realize how loud itís become lately! Let me t ... 

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Duty to self (09/19/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Our lives are cluttered with tasks to be fulfilled, bogged down with good intentions that needle our conscientious natures, and find us preoccupied with lists and stacks of busy work. Deep-seated drea ... 

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On the verge of farewell (09/12/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- We humans say ďgood-byeĒ often. People move on. Individuals succumb, their final farewells draped in silent repose. Friends outgrow one another. Divorce is a union stretched to the breaking point. Alo ... 

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Godís fingerprints (09/05/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Sometimes I wonder where God is. Had He given up on this corrupt world centuries ago? Is that why it is so evil? I reason, each generation has borne deep scars of sin. God promised, where thereís sin ... 

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Time for a new tablet! (08/29/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- I was always a creature of habit, deeply invested in the art of living conservatively. I try to concentrate on where Iím going, leaving the past behind. That way, if I trip, I will fall forward, and  ... 

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Of life and learning (08/22/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- The little things? Brief moments? Small accomplishments? A passing smile? Swift whispered prayers? A short visit? Lingering butterfly kisses? They arenít little.

Zen Haiku says, ďStrange how a teapot ... 

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In the wake of the storm (08/15/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- When you find that all the world around you is spinning out of control, take a breather, find a quiet place somewhere within the harmony of nature, where you can clear your head, and remind yourself o ... 

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Birds will be birds (08/08/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- I was one of those deprived, oddball town kids who never experienced the adventure of having a pet. No Lassie to romp with me as I rustled through autumn leaves, or a soft, gray-haired tabby to nestl ... 

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Who do you think you are? (08/01/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns --

ďTo acknowledge our ancestors means we are aware that we did not make ourselves, that the line stretches all the way back, perhaps, to God; or to Gods. We remember them because it is an easy thing t ... 

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