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A Prayer for the Lost (for the people who've gone and the ones left behind)

A Prayer for the Lost (for the people who've gone and the ones left behind)

This is a prayer for the lost. It's for the people you've loved and lost and still love. It's for you when you're the one who needs to be carried. We all need that kind of help. So here's a prayer. For the love that keeps you from being too far apart. Even on the days when the people you love feel too far away.

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You Belong Because We Belong to Each Other (A Poem)

You Belong Because We Belong to Each Other (A Poem)

You belong to yourself because you're everything experiencing itself. You look around and see other people and it's easy to think that you're on your own. But your healing is connected to mine. And your hurt. And so are your thoughts, words, and work. Read the poem to remember how connected (and valuable) you are.

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Signs from the Universe That You’re on the Right Path (This Is One)

Signs from the Universe That You’re on the Right Path (This Is One)

You know when you see signs that you KNOW are meant for you? You see hearts everywhere, in the clouds and leaves, on street signs, or certain animals or words keep showing up. You feel… seen, heard somehow. If you haven’t seen one in a while, let this be your sign that you're ready to receive whatever it is you need.

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Letters from the Sky: A Spiritual Writing Exercise for Hope & Strength

Letters from the Sky: A Spiritual Writing Exercise for Hope & Strength

You’re beautifully entangled with everything. With everyone you love. When you feel it, life is better than good. But, of course, it doesn’t always feel like it. Life can be HARD, confusing, chaotic. Here’s a spiritual writing exercise to get you out of your own head and into your heart.

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You Are NOT Alone: You’re Connected to Everything (Strangely, but Surely)

You Are NOT Alone: You’re Connected to Everything (Strangely, but Surely)

You are NOT alone. It’s important that you know this — like, know it in your bones and with every ounce of your humanness. You’re connected in more ways than can be counted. All the good ways. All the not-feeling-so-hot ways too (oh, especially those!). Let me tell you about the bridge between you and me.

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13 Heartwarming Christmas Quotes & Poems to Make Your Spirits Bright

13 Heartwarming Christmas Quotes & Poems to Make Your Spirits Bright

When I think of the spirit of Christmas, I think of something far greater than a set of beliefs. I think of what brings people together in a “conspiracy of love.” Read these Christmas quotes and poems to remember what really matters. Like friendship and food, and everything that feels like home.

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Needing Nothing: A Poem Embracing the Unknown

Needing Nothing: A Poem Embracing the Unknown

It’s true: the more I learn, the less I know. Also true: it’s OK not to have all the answers. It’s actually freeing, maybe even a tad magical. Embracing the unknown might be one of the most freeing practices you could ever journey through. This poem is a gift of space, if nothing else — always leave room for wonder.

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13 Quotes to Help You Honestly Embrace the Mystery

13 Quotes to Help You Honestly Embrace the Mystery

Do you ever look out at the night sky and just… wonder? Have you ever faced one of life’s great mysteries, or even just starting all over again, and felt curious instead of afraid? Read these quotes to help you embrace the mystery. All the mess, all the magic, everything in between.

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3 Poems about Loss and Living with a New Reality

3 Poems about Loss and Living with a New Reality

Grief changes reality. It twists and stretches what you thought you knew, shaping it into something very different. Life after loss isn’t the same for everyone, but these poems about loss hint at what can come out of this new reality: a continual, ever-evolving relationship which death changes, but doesn’t diminish.

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