The First Installment of Monday Musings with a very cool video.
Part Two – Gratitude — what are you grateful for?
Part Three – Understanding – old souls, other musings and great quotes
Part Four – Wonder — how do you define it and some points to ponder when you’re not getting any response from your blog.
Part Five – Simplicity — it’s the simple things that are the best. You have to leave your blog sometimes!
Part Six – Generosity – Thank You
Part Seven – Remembrance
Part Eight – Chance Encounters
Part Nine – Family
Part Ten – Empathy
Part Eleven – Letting Go
Part Twelve – Fun
Part Thirteen – Decisions/Choices
Part Fourteen – Doubt
Part Fifteen – Enough
Part Sixteen – Purpose
Part Seventeen – Goals
Part Eighteen – Patience
Part Nineteen – Humanity
Part Twenty – Soul Adjustment
Part Twenty-One – Moments
Part Twenty-Two – Vulnerability
Part Twenty-Three – Mettle
Part Twenty – Four – Adventure
Part Twenty-Five – Home
Part Twenty-Six – Responsibility
Part Twenty-Seven – Friends
Part Twenty-Eight – Recovery
Part Twenty-Nine – Horizons
Part Thirty – Christmas Eve
Part Thirty-One – New Beginnings
Part Thirty-Two – Firsts
Part Thirty-Three – Distractions
Part Thirty-Four – Sacred Space
Part Thirty-Five – Perfection
Part Thirty-Six – Inspiration
Part Thirty-Seven – Intention
Part Thirty-Eight – Exploration
Part Thirty-Nine – Ah-h-h
Part Forty — SPRING
Part Forty-One — Creativity
Part Forty-Two — Repose
Part Forty-Three — Energy
Part Forty-Four — Wishes
Part Forty-Five — Endings/Beginnings
Part Forty-Six — One Thing
Part Forty-Seven — On Living a Life
Part Forty-Eight — Brevity
Part Forty-Nine — The Little Things
Part Fifty — Thanksgiving
Part Fifty-One — Balance
Part Fifty-Two — Connections
Part Fifty-Three — This Condition of Being Human
Part Fifty-Four — Risk
Part Fifty-Five — Love, Sweet Love
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verb (used without object), ruminated, ruminating.
To chew the cud, as a ruminant.
To meditate or muse; ponder.
verb (used with object), ruminated, ruminating.
To chew again or over and over.
To meditate on; ponder.
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