Tag Archives: Gede Prama

This is a great time to accept, flow and smile

I unfriended my family on facebook – my mother and sisters, mostly because I just want my privacy, especially after what my mother has said to me after I told her I was going to visit my father while he’s … Continue reading

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The healing journey continues

This blog is rather multifunctional, but one of the primary reasons I write is because I’m on a healing journey and I write to chronicle the journey, in hopes that the things I’m learning about during this process might be … Continue reading

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Bless the broken road

I recently contacted Gede Prama (a servant of compassion as he calls himself) on a post he wrote called Cosmic Dancing and said this to him: I keep trying to dance and I would like to live joyfully, though I … Continue reading

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