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Victoria Pearson
Living the vision, one step at a time
Living the vision, one step at a time
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A post about the loss of our children, and the grief we need to share-- all over the world.

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Our Lost Children
Ministry in Meeting for Worship on Sunday brought me to the memory of the Sandy Hook massacre and time I spent in the Zen Community of Oregon, almost 15 years ago. Here is my reconstructed ministry-not-shared with those gathered Friends, and you. ----- In 2...

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Against Biological Determinism, or, There’s Something Growing In There!
Warning, this is explicit, and about body parts. Don’t read
if you prefer to not think about body parts or sex. A skit of James Franco competing with a 4 year old from SNL -- and being 31 weeks pregnant- - inspired me to write about bodies and what
they say...

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a new post on being pregnant and making connections. with hope.

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So Many Levels
I’m still pregnant, heading into week 26 this week, spending
a lot of time feeling tired and hungry. This pregnancy, during which I am only
part-time employed, living much more simply than when pregnant with my first
child, makes for a real slowness and awa...

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what do you want to do as much s breathing? what makes your breath worthwhile? 

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Being Brave
I'm pregnant again, climbing up week 16 of my third pregnancy, and feeling confident that this one will make it. We've had ultrasounds, appointments, careful diagnosis of this healthy pregnancy, and that's a great relief, if not resolve for all the anxiety ...

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Chickens, chickens, chickens, part 2: This is the Way the World Ends
Inspired by a piece I just read by Ben Hewitt , I will now try to share some of the story of our last day with our meat birds-- July 12. Warning: this gets a bit graphic. No, there are no photos. -----------------------------------------------------------...

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Work Smarter, Not Harder
At my second farm apprenticeship experience, back in 2007, one of my supervisors was a very smart and generally grumpy and loving man who taught me a lot. Chris McNichols, spouse and co-farmer with Amy Johnson , managed the 6 acre Red Hill Farm in Aston, Pe...
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