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Author Archives: Elizabeth
Elizabeth Oakes transitioned at 12:48 AM on December 30, 2017, surrounded by love and family. Elizabeth and her husband John Warren Oakes began visiting Sedona, AZ, in 2008 and moved permanently in 2012. Elizabeth immediately became active in the literary … Continue reading
Looking back through old notebooks — five years ago I asked my soul what it wanted, and here is the answer: solitude, work, fulfillment, delivery into the world, freedom, acceptance, company, fluidity, enhancement, enchantment, renewal, completion, expression, to see itself … Continue reading
We want to hoard love, for we feel we never had enough or could ever have enough, but the more we give away, the more the gateway of the heart opens to receive. (Image from unknown source; passage from my … Continue reading
I was tagged by Donna Hilbert for the blog-o-sphere interview, “The Next Big Thing,” and I’m sharing my responses below – What is the title or working title of your book? Leave Here Knowing, published by Wind in February 2013. … Continue reading
One Thing/One Way/One Wish/One Dream One thing to let go of – society’s idea of status and what is important One thing to remember – that I came here with a mission One thing to cherish – love given and … Continue reading
The ego is not meant to be our GPS system.
How the angels work: silently, endlessly, lovingly, sublimely, willingly, mysteriously, surprisingly, communally, secretly, individually, truly, diligently, unquestionably, unfathomably, unerringly, carefully, unselfishly, powerfully, profoundly, intensely, faithfully, gracefully, beautifully, purely, miraculously, creatively, secretly, quietly, voluntarily, anonymously, unexpectedly, gladly, . . .
“Walking in the shoes of another is an impossible task. Walking in the shoes that fit your feet is an accomplishment!” Rev. Jackie Bumm