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Monday, November 11, 2013/Author: Rev. Leo Booth/Number of views (701)/Comments (0)/
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 Lee McCormick

Spirituality

My name is Lee and I’m a … human being. My being human comes with a lot of information, coding, traits, definitions, stories and most of all, Mystery. Working and creating within the paradigm of what is called the “recovery” world is a great format for witnessing how being human interacts with all the constructs that surround us as life and culture in this world.

Monday, November 11, 2013/Author: Lee McCormick /Number of views (745)/Comments (0)/
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 Lee McCormick

Spirituality

My name is Lee and I’m a … human being. My being human comes with a lot of information, coding, traits, definitions, stories and most of all, Mystery. Working and creating within the paradigm of what is called the “recovery” world is a great format for witnessing how being human interacts with all the constructs that surround us as life and culture in this world.

Monday, November 11, 2013/Author: Lee McCormick /Number of views (839)/Comments (0)/
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 Michael Ortiz Hill, RN

My Father and I at 18,904 days: Death, Addiction and Rebirth

My wife, Deena Metzger, opens up her essay, Illness Heals the World:
“Illness is a story.  It calls us to healing beyond our physical selves: a strange contradiction.  Suffering from an affliction invites us to step into a realm of healing that can benefit ourselves, our communities and the world.  Illness is, therefore, at the very core of healing.  Not a contradiction but the strange dance of creation.”

Monday, November 11, 2013/Author: Michael Ortiz Hill, RN/Number of views (5818)/Comments (0)/
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Connie Miller

From Fearship to Friendship

I once had a good friend named Hal.  Although we did not see each other often, when we finally got together, we would talk, laugh and simply enjoy each other’s company.  It did not really matter what we did
then, because for us, being together was more important than having an agenda.
Monday, November 11, 2013/Author: Connie Miller/Number of views (720)/Comments (0)/
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