From Tragedy to Transformation – A Mother’s Story

26 May

After many months of waiting and anticipation on my part, I’m happy to announce that I have an article in the June edition of THE EDGE – SOUL OF THE CITIES magazine.   This is the twin cities premiere metaphysical magazine.

As many of you know, for the past six years, Kathryn Harwig has my teacher, my mentor, and my friend.  I would not be where I am today if Kathryn had not come into my life.

So I wasn’t surprised when I read Kathryn’s article – just a few pages beyond mine.  They tie in together quite nicely I think and of course this is yet another example of how The Universe works.  I was getting impatient and wondering whether my article would ever be published.  Now I understand why it happened when it did.

Another lesson for me in trusting that The Universe has it all under control.

http://soulofthecities.net/digital/2010/06/

See page 12-13 and page 16.

And, have a GREAT day!

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2 Responses to “From Tragedy to Transformation – A Mother’s Story”

  1. Winslow Eliot June 15, 2010 at 5:43 am #

    Your article is just what I needed to read this morning! We had a shock yesterday hearing about my son’s college financial aid situation: he’d broken his ankle pretty badly mid-way through his second semester; needed surgery; missed a lot of classes; he thought he could get through okay, but it turned out he couldn’t… and now it looks as though his college future may be radically shifted. For some reason, I thought of you,and your good humor and wisdom and insights in light of your experience and wanted you to know how deeply I admire you. I came to your site this morning and read your article in The Edge, which was exactly what I needed to read! I wanted to extend my gratitude to YOU, as I try to emulate you, and rise above on this June morning. Blessings for your summer!

    • Kim June 15, 2010 at 7:04 am #

      Dear Winslow,

      Thank you so much for your kind words. I’m so happy that you found what you needed here.

      I’m so sorry to hear about your son’s difficulties … I send him (and you) love and light in the hope and promise of a bright tomorrow.

      Blessings,
      Kim

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