Monthly Archives: July 2013

Search for Meaning from Life’s Chaos..A Young Friend shares a powerful message

This I Believe You have to live with what is handed to you. by Sarai Age 14 The most important thing to know about the world is that it is not fair. As life goes on, it does not keep … Continue reading

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My Husband/My Friend & the Cookie Isle at Publix by BB Gould [Guest Blogger]

My pastor realized she could not help me anymore and suggested a more qualified therapist was what I needed. Following Frank’s death my sadness spiraled into clinical depression. A bone-aching sadness was how I described it. The laughter and playfulness … Continue reading

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Circle of Friends International Welcomes Guest Blogger, Claudette White from St. Andrew Jamaica

Essential Tracks: Walking the Path of Age Old Remembrances of Childhood Friendship “Why is it that you women who came of age in the 70’s are so strident?” That was the question posed to me in 1997 by Anne, my … Continue reading

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Breakfast by the Beach

A simple meal with a friend can be rich, layered & powerfully sustaining to the soul I have long been fascinated by the allure of the ocean; its vastness, the majestic movement of the waves.  Beachside on any day, especially … Continue reading

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The Discipline of Friendship: Truth Seeking

When friends stop being frank and truthful with each other, the whole world loses some of its radiance.  C. Broyard I have long held the belief that friendship is the most important, most meaningful and lasting of relationships. One of … Continue reading

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