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Gratitude Giveaway / Contest

By Lizbeth Hartz | November 5, 2019

I wanted to do this Facebook giveaway / contest to thank you all for being here, as well as to learn a little bit about you. In the spirit of aloha, gratitude and connection – THANK YOU – and good luck! *To enter:1) Like this Facebook post2) and comment on it: What are you secretly…

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Coma Patients Helped by Mahamrityunjaya Mantra #WATWB

By Lizbeth Hartz | October 24, 2019

A scientific study conducted in an Indian hospital concluded that the powerful Mahamrityunjaya Mantra, chanted repeatedly to coma patients with severe brain trauma, increased their survival rate by more than twenty-five percent. How is this possible? According to an article titled Neurosurgeons Studying Impact of Mahamrityunjaya Mantra, only if we can think of life and…

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A Free-Roaming Cat Family and Me (Part 5)

By Lizbeth Hartz | October 17, 2019

My cat family lived happily outside. The only times we touched was when Mama Kitty cautiously rubbed her furry back against my leg. She trusted me to feed her and her offspring, now longer than she is, but not nearly so rolly polly. I guess she ate as often as she could get me to…

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Gates, Dreams, and Feral Chickens

By Lizbeth Hartz | October 11, 2019

Suddenly, I awoke from a dream: I look through my sheer living room curtains. Barry’s BMW and my Hyundai sit side by side in the darkened garage. The streetlight shining in front of our house illuminates a man between our cars walking toward our house. He doesn’t look threatening. I don’t know him. I’d recognize…

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A Free-Roaming Cat Family and Me (Part 4)

By Lizbeth Hartz | October 8, 2019

During frequent downpours in our rainy mountain valley, the cat family stayed dry. Mama Cat moved them from patio to under the house when they turned six weeks old. They were safer there, sleeping on top of boogie boards and ice chests and Barry’s and my cardboard boxes. I’m glad this is Mama Cat’s last…

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A Free-Roaming Cat Family and Me (Part 3)

By Lizbeth Hartz | October 1, 2019

Part 3 Before the cats appeared, I’d hung a bird feeder in a Madagascar Dragon Tree. This changed the ecology of the down-sloping backyard overflowing with strawberry guava, tangerine and banana trees, ferns, and anthurium plants (which my mom used to call “little boy flowers”). Dozens of rice birds, cardinals, and a few wild green parrots…

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