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Consulting with Divine Dog Wisdom Cards™

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“Dogs have an inherent—what we call divine—wisdom. Part of that wisdom is that no matter how we treat them, they still love us as they step into the role of guardian and/or angel for us.” Randy Crutcher and Barb Horn

The New Look of Old New Mexico

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New Mexico is “The Land of Enchantment” for sure, but it is also a land of anomalies, of things unexpected.

Time for a Sexual Truce?

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  The revelations have been important, effective, and timely. Going forward, however, the feminine has more important issues to confront than sexual abuse and harassment.

The Orb-Weaving Oracle

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  Funny how you can get attached to an insect. I’m referring to Herbert, the pumpkin spider.

It’s Fruitcake Time!

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  “Fruitcakes make ideal gifts because the Postal Service has been unable to find a way to damage them.” Dave Barry  

How the Story of a New Mexico Wolf Changed America

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With all the recent news about havoc created by armed men, it is comforting to be reminded how we benefited from the spiritual awakening of a young man with a rifle back in 1894.

The Ghosts of Santa Fe

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New Mexico became a state in 1912. Declining economically after being left off the railroad line, Santa Fe determined to become an exotic tourist destination, “The City Different.” It’s architecture and history–including its history of ghosts–have become enormous assets.

From Buddha to Badass

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  “To keep the body in good health is a duty. . . .otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.” Buddha

Dominion? Time to Rethink

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  “Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it.” Genesis 1:28

All the Empty Spaces

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“The trouble is, you think you have time.” Buddha

Themis Rising

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  “Name something invented by a woman! Achievements by the second-rate gender pale in comparison. Virtually everything great in human history was accomplished by men, not women.”  

A Revolution of Swarms

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“As individuals, ants might be dummies, but as colonies they respond quickly and effectively to their environment. They do it with something called swarm intelligence.” Peter Miller

Rethinking Hierarchy

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  “We cling to hierarchies because our place in hierarchy is, rightly or wrongly, a major indicator of our social worth.”   Harold Leavitt, management psychologist