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deborah-king-santana's picture
Jul.12.2011
 I am drawn to the spiral shape, using it in my collage work, and noticing it in jewelry, in architecture, and in nature. The spiral symbolizes transformation through growth and change. I have always embraced change, and find that I flourish when I accept the flow of change in my life and open...
lynn-henriksen's picture
Nov.22.2010
Close to a dozen times now I’ve asked you to walk the memoir labyrinth as an extraordinary way to clear your mind and take a new look at people and events.  It is hard to back away from life’s events and experiences to see them clearly. The honest attempt to put our ego and emotions aside is...
christine-bottaro's picture
Oct.10.2010
I was invited to help celebrate the 65th birthday of Dr. Lauren Artress, author of Walking The Sacred Path, a seminal book about labyrinths.  I joined about 70 of her friends and supporters, many whom had come from distant states, during an evening of festivities held at Grace Cathedral.  We had a...
lynn-henriksen's picture
Feb.25.2010
The story you will write, from the maze of your memories into memoir, will come from the truth as you see it. Time and memory transform what and how we remember. Time is a great leveler. Time levels because it allows us to gain control over our emotions and we mature. Our feelings simmer down after...
lynn-henriksen's picture
Feb.24.2010
Writing a memoir is like making one's way through a maze. First of all, it’s hard to back away from life’s events and experiences to see them clearly. The honest attempt to put our ego and emotions aside is something we, TellTale Souls, constantly work on when writing our bio-vignettes that capture...