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Hone Life Word of the Week: Play: The Eighth Bowl


“All the world’s a stage and men and women merely players upon it.”

The Hone Life word of the week is play, as in playfulness rather than stage play, but in letting this quote select me, I’m demonstrating playfulness in letting my right brain, intuition, serendipity, synchronicity, Higher Consciousness, whatever you want to call it, have dominion. I’m being playful in my contemplation of play. Continue reading

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Friday Fictioneers 100 Word Challenge: Evensong


“How crimson the bud-tips on that young apple.”

“There’s all sorts of new growth in the woods, Eve.”

“Don’t we have a lovely glen, Adam? Look at that pool, it’s molten gold.”

“Better get back, …house needs a ton o’ work. And no tools, ‘less I find some abandoned ones.”

“Let’s gather wood; I need a fire for the soup.”

“Straight after Evensong.” Continue reading

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