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Three Words for 2016

Last year, after some time in reflection, I chose three words as a focus for the year. It was a valuable exploration, so wanted to refresh with new words for 2016. Here's the post from my blog, Simplicity Process. <…See More
1st month 2, 2016
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Friendship

Invitation. Afternoon tea for two. A welcome. The hospitality afforded By a beautiful home And space and Light Within. Sharing experiences, Points of connection. Conversation, cozy by the fire, Bright sparks of new friendship Comforting contrast To the dreary day{Read more at SimplicityProcess.com]See More
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MaryBeth Smith commented on MaryBeth Smith's blog post 'Simplicity Ain't As Easy As It Looks'
"Thank you, Shane! Yes, indeed. I felt throughout the process - and continue to see "in the rearview mirror," so to speak, that I was led every step of the way. I was able to embrace the disruption as part of a birthing process for…"
2nd month 26, 2015
Shane Moad commented on MaryBeth Smith's blog post 'Simplicity Ain't As Easy As It Looks'
"Hi Mary Beth, I am happy for you that things have settled and you are feeling at peace with this upheaval! In my experiance as long as we stay open to be led by His presence things often run quite well indeed!"
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Simplicity Ain't As Easy As It Looks

[Posted at http://simplicityprocess.com/2015/02/25/simplicity-aint-as-easy-as-it-looks/]The alternate title considered for this post was, “What Was I Thinking?”I was sort of on a roll for awhile, posting here several times a week, engaging with comments on the …See More
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James C Schultz commented on MaryBeth Smith's blog post 'All About That "Base"'
"It is always good to be supported by something, or someone for that matter, that has known life."
1st month 15, 2015
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All About That "Base"

[Creative Commons License Image via Wikipedia.org]My worshiping community, the Live Oak Friends Meeting, has a new floor. And it's a big deal.The old floor was irreparably damaged approximately eighteen months ago, by a leak in the pipe leading to the hot water heater. It was a beautiful…See More
1st month 14, 2015
MaryBeth Smith posted a blog post

Today's Quote: Lord Byron

“Her great merit is finding out mine – there is nothing so amiable as discernment.” — Lord Byron via BrainyQuote.com[Cartoon chat bubbles Public Domain image by OpenClipArt.org]Ah, Lord Byron. Seductive,…See More
1st month 8, 2015
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Three Words for 2015

[Full post on SimplicityProcess.com http://wp.me/p4NMHw-Q]When I read Robin Mohr's post about her choice of three words to shape 2015, it got me thinking and writing. Drawing upon a meme referenced by Chris Brogan, the idea is to reflect and then choose three juicy words that will have the power to focus, inspire, and guide one's…See More
1st month 3, 2015
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MaryBeth Smith commented on Frederic Sebastian Bayer's blog post 'What happened to our "tender spirit"?'
"I'm a new Quaker, so will go out on a limb here a bit. I'm remembering the story of John Woolman, who traveled among the Native Americans and spent time with them. Although he could not understand the language of one of the people with…"
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12th month 30, 2014

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About Me
Dot-connector. Truth-teller. Late-bloomer. Creative. Feldenkrais teacher. Culturalist. Cook. Baby Quaker. Live Oak Friends Meeting.
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http://simplicityprocess.wordpress.com
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Three Words for 2016

Posted on 1st mo. 2, 2016 at 10:00am 0 Comments

Last year, after some time in reflection, I chose three words as a focus for the year. It was a valuable exploration, so wanted to refresh with new words for 2016. Here's the post from my blog, Simplicity Process.

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Friendship

Posted on 3rd mo. 8, 2015 at 7:31pm 0 Comments

Invitation.

Afternoon tea

for two.

A welcome.

The hospitality afforded

By a beautiful home

And space and Light Within.

Sharing experiences,

Points of connection.

Conversation, cozy by the fire,

Bright sparks of new friendship

Comforting contrast

To the dreary…

Continue

Friendship

Posted on 3rd mo. 8, 2015 at 7:28pm 0 Comments

Invitation.
Afternoon tea
for two.
A welcome.
The hospitality afforded
By a beautiful home
And space and Light Within.
Sharing experiences,
Points of connection.
Conversation, cozy by the fire,
Bright sparks of new friendship
Comforting contrast
To the dreary day

[Read more at SimplicityProcess.com . http://wp.me/p4NMHw-1k]

Simplicity Ain't As Easy As It Looks

Posted on 2nd mo. 25, 2015 at 6:00pm 2 Comments

[Posted at http://simplicityprocess.com/2015/02/25/simplicity-aint-as-easy-as-it-looks/]

The alternate title considered for this post was, “What Was I Thinking?”

I was sort of on a roll for awhile, posting here several times a week, engaging with comments on the …

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