ALONE Alone can be scary. Alone can be dark. Alone can be empty. Alone can be—alone. Or Alone can be reflective. Alone can be exploratory. Alone can be contemplative. Alone can be serene. Or Alone can be fun. Alone can be discovery. Alone can be a stretch. Alone can be medicinal. Or Alone is where…

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The Jameson Ranch is nestled in the foothills of the Arbuckle Mountains in southern Oklahoma near the town of Davis. This ranch was established in 1945 by John’s grandparents; Chester Houston Jameson, and Jean Jameson.   John’s parents, Roger and Dorothy Jameson cleared the land, built fences, and worked diligently to make it into a working…

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This past Sunday was Mother’s Day, 2017. My Mother passed some time ago, and I miss her every day. She was a beautiful woman physically and personally. She was soft, gentle, loving and kind. She was raised simply—on a farm—with wonderful parents who taught her how to work hard, love completely, and live honestly. She…

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Microcosm by Cathy Jameson We are all microcosms of our own possibility.   Search your mind–with intention—for greater learning and discovery. Pay attention to the “still, small voice within”. Hear your ‘call’ and respond.   Honor your personhood.  Follow your spirit.  Be your own best friend– forever.   Love not a life devoted to being…

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The Dream of Flight is born within the heart of man, embracing the desire to be free from the confines of the earth’s surface. Could the dream include the possibility of freedom from limiting thought and action? As our imaginations are free to receive greater truths, then fear, closed thinking, and poverty of spirit will…

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Learning is an ongoing and delightful part of my life. I love to learn, to gain new insights, to grow. I choose to learn in all aspects of life because no matter how much I know—it only a miniscule amount compared to what there is to know. Every year I make effort to attend a…

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I love Mariano Rivera—the all time leading “closer” of the New York Yankees.  I have loved watching him pitch for many, many years.  He spent his entire career with the Yankees and pitched for 19 years.  He set all kinds of records and on September 22, 2013, he retired—and the Yankees retired his number—42.  Jackie…

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Listen to the voice within you that cries out for expression. Listen to the goose bumps that crawl on your skin when you touch that creative spirit within you. Listen to the rhythms of energy that pulsate when you touch the inner depth of your soul. Listen to the ‘still small voice’ and ‘the roaring…

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