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Some things about me that are true at this moment

My roles at this time in this incarnation: Writer, Interviewer, Yogi, Mom, Teacher, Raw food recipe creator (have you tried my raw chocolate yet?), Wife, Dancer (let's do some spirit dancing!), W-HEB, Visionary, Life Coach, Friend, etc.

What I'm working on: Being in the moment, bringing all parts of me into the 5th dimension, evolving and helping humanity evolve, living a love-centered life, helping others see the beauty in themselves, helping others find the next step on their journey, being the change I want to see in the world, visioning a world that works for everyone, being accepting of everyone and everything, following the whispers, nudges and guidance of Spirit, creating new recipes to my raw dessert book and getting it published.

What I'm looking for: Spirit in everyone and everything, the perfection of every moment in my life, perfection in the big picture, like-minded friends who are themselves and accept others as they are, heart-connections, the next step on my journey, being the next grandest version of the greatest visions of I have for myself.

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At 8:22am on June 15, 2009, George Papatheodorou said…
Hi Dawn,
Welcome to AOAND. A big HELLO from South Africa.
At 5:40am on June 14, 2009, The Ancient One said…
Compassion in Action
(by Ram Dass)

"When we look at the vast sadness and suffering in the world, we
often experience intense pain in our hearts. The suffering so often seems
cruel, unnecessary, and unjustified ~ reflecting a heartless universe. The
human greed and fear that are causing much of the suffering seem out of
control. But when our hearts open in the midst of this, we want to help.
This is the experience of compassion.

Compassion is the tender opening of our hearts to pain and suffering.
When compassion arises in us, we see and acknowledge what we often push
away ~ the parts of life that cause us sadness, anger or outrage. The
awakening of our own compassion can tune us not just to the nurturing and
sustaining forces of the world, but to the oppressive and destructive ones
as well. When we open to these directly and become familiar with them,
instead of avoiding them as we often do, we are more likely to hear ways to respond
with love and support to relieve the suffering. When the pain is our own,
we want to end it. If we can't do this by ourselves, we long for help.
When it is not our cry, but someone else's, compassion allows us to feel it
as our own, to feel the same longing, to hear our hearts calling us to help.

The Dalai Lama has said, "Love and compassion are not necessities,
not luxuries. Without them, humanity cannot survive. With them, we can
make a joint effort to solve the problems of the whole of humankind."

Compassion is the basis of all truthful relationships: it means being
present with love ~ for ourselves and for all life, including animals, fish,
birds, and trees. Compassion is bringing our deepest truth into our
actions, no matter how much the world seems to resist, because that is
ultimately what we have to give this world and one another."
At 9:01pm on June 12, 2009, Richard Lukens said…
Hi Dawn... nice color... thanks for joining the site today... I hope you can find some interesting people here to connect with... contribute some content if you have the time...

Best wishes,



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