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Month: June 2019

Astrology: Embrace the Weird

Reading Time: 6 minutes Pluto-Saturn convergence invites us to build a solid foundation for whatever we want to create, over the next 18 months. The influence is both personal and societal, and anything flimsy or superficial is unlikely to sustain. Now’s the time to start putting some robust underpinnings in place, but no need to rush it as this cycle runs through to December 2020.

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Being a Mom: The Superpower I Never Wanted

Reading Time: 2 minutes I never wanted these superpowers — I always thought being supermom meant getting everything done on time with a clean house. Instead, it’s knowing that my son is tired by the sound of his voice, or that my infant is teetering on the edge of doing something bold just in time for me to intervene. It looks like opening my eyes most mornings crying at the weight of what I’ll face that day — even when it’s a simple summer day.

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3 Stories You Should Read 06/28/2019: Dem Debate, Putin, Biden

Reading Time: 2 minutes Confluence Daily is your daily news source for women in the know. In the category of:  My time is up… Joe Biden throws own campaign into turmoil after Harris attacks his record on race Joe Biden stumbled into a potential campaign-defining moment Thursday that pitched his effort to win the Democratic nomination onto suddenly shaky ground. Reeling from an attack by a much younger rival, Kamala Harris, the 76-year-old delivered an unfortunate soundbite at the Democratic debate that threatens to symbolize his biggest political liability.   “My time is up,” he said, meaning to cut short one of his...

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We all know who these two humans were – My question is, do we know who we are?

Reading Time: 4 minutes We’ve all wondered. History has never quit asking the question. How did the people of Germany stand by and let it happen?  Why didn’t the stop the Nazis?  

It’s not hard for me to imagine that now. It’s not hard for me to imagine how uncomfortable it was for them to watch the jews get loaded onto trains and taken away. It probably made them uneasy. So, they turned away and history tells their stories because they sat idly by, feeling uncomfortable, maybe even afraid, and did nothing.  

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