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Weeping here, HeatherAsh. So beautiful and moving. You rock, sister, and I know the land is singing too with all these seed balls of conscious feminine love and belief in the possible. β€οΈπŸ«ΆπŸΌπŸ™πŸΌ

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Thank you so much, Stephanie. I cry every time I write one of these articles, still so much tenderness and grief and wonder and hope. And it is a joy to share the entire journey, I've been integrating and holding it within me, such a blessing to bring it out and share. Big love to you and thanks for all you and sharing your travels!

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Tears fill my eyes. Feeling grief, hope, courage and love. Leaning into your words. Discovering my healing journey grace to your vulnerability. Your words bring hope and love and rebirth. May the land heal. May we all heal. May we continue to learn and grow with love. May we hold each other. HeatherAsh thank you for all the love you give. So grateful - love always. Zaza

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I have really appreciated your writings on this grief especially as I am grieving now. And my grief has brought up all kinds of past griefs, helping me to realize that even while I look to what could be, the loss of what could have been is still there in some ways.

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Oh Lynn, I'm sending you so much love as you navigate your grief. Yes, so often grief opens the door for past grief to be brought into the light and metabolized. May it all soften your heart and allow more love to penetrate even deeper into your being. Blessings

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Thank you.

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So glad I found your writing πŸ™πŸΌ you have helped me beyond what I can express. Thank you.

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So, so glad to hear that, Quel. That makes my heart happy. Sending you many blessings...

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Prayers for the land to come back to life & for your vision for its future use to as well.

Blessings.

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Thanks so much Connie! I've been away traveling and am looking forward to being back in the Fall for next steps and healing... Slow and steady. 50 year vision now!

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