All posts by: Lora Polowczuk

Ever wonder what the fastest way to get rid of doubt, despair, and darkness is? It’s so simple and easy, you’ll wonder why you didn’t do this sooner. What do these each have in common? Tingling fresh, wet grass tickles...
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After a long hard day, nothing feels as good as sitting around a campfire, breathing fresh air, and feeling the warmth on our body. The body relaxes, fun conversations ensue, and joy traverses through each cell. Yet, whose role is...
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The past few years and even months came through as a tornado lifting every little piece of dust and uncovering deep dark truths about yourself, others, and the world. Even though we thought we cleaned out, the residue and grime...
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As the sun slowly warms the raw, bare dirt, its fertility allows for the next harvest. The next cycle is upon us. With each and every moment, let the current cycle of doubt, despair, and despondency come to a close....
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It’s the new year, full steam ahead and it’s out of focus. The desired focus seems daunting as it’s not quite crystal clear yet. In each moment, there is confirmation of what feels amazing. Yet, the complete uncertainty for your...
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It’s easy to look upon a forest that was marred by an uncontrolled raging, high-flame fire. The trees burnt and fallen, stacked on each other as if someone played a game of nature’s dominoes. The ground looks flat and decimated....
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Imagine if the bees did not pollinate, The Birds did not sing The frogs did not leap The dolphins did not play The spiders did not weave. Our world would be a different place, right? Suddenly, we miss the fruits...
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What do snails, mountaineers and you have in common? Way more than you realize!  In our culture, we want to know our answers right now. Got a problem? Here’s the solution. Got an illness. Take a pill. There’s a tendency...
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Imagine if a flower was so scared of the scorching sun that the blossom never opened to delight and showcase all its beauty for others to see. With an expression so simple yet so small, the ripple effect is profound....
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Ever have one defining moment that changes your life trajectory? During the first week of sixth grade, the teacher called me to his desk to have a personal conversation. In a soft voice, he asked why my assignment had not...
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