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Introduction to “Eldering”

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Jeannie Crawford-Lee

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AutoCorrect software targets the word eldering. “That’s not a real word,” it implies with a red underline and suggested alternative (no, not endearing, thank you). Typically, I am not a fan of newly newly minted words, but endearing is not new.

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The Future of WEAVINGS

Written by
Beth A. Richardson

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“We are part of a larger reality, a vast vibrant community of meadow and mountain, water and sky, a great rush of life rich with possibility but also bounded by necessity. All things come and go. Whether this be a formula for weary resignation or for

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Waking Up to Our Whole Heart

Written by
Johnny Sears

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One of my favorite poems is “The Journey” by Mary Oliver. (1) To me, it describes a moment of awakening. It is at the same time a poem of tremendous honesty and self-compassion as well as one of great challenge. The poem thrusts readers into a deeper engagement with the reality of the world, confronting them

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Honoring John S. Mogabgab

Written by
Beth A. Richardson

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As we commemorate the first anniversary of the death of Weavings founding editor, John S. Mogabgab (August 8), we are reminded of the considerable and significant contributions he

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