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This past month I fasted for a day so I could binge that night on my hometown high-calorie favorite Mexican food, replete with extra hot salsa and a margarita.

Letter from Publisher

In thinking about Father’s Day, the term “Father Time” came to mind and refuses to go away, so I did a bit of research. Aside from the standard image of an old, white-bearded man with wings, scythe and hourglass, signifying the accepted one-way movement of time, I found a definition I like better in the Urban Dictionary.

Letter from Publisher

This month, we cheer Linda Sechrist’s groundbreaking article “Heart-Based Leadership, Women Mobilize to Heal the World.”

Letter from Publisher

Celebrating this years’ Earth Day feels especially poignant as Americans face the threat of imminent elimination and dismantling of our nation’s environmental protection apparatus.

Letter from Publisher

Fresh on the heels of winter’s ultimate holiday season, folks naturally look forward to finding more to celebrate. We wish to extend that sense of carefree joy, rekindle feelings of good endorphins and break bread with beloved family and friends.

Letter from Publisher

I can’t recall the last time I was this excited about what lies ahead—new plans, projects and improvements I look forward to seeing take shape.

Letter from Publisher

Ready or not, the holidays are here, engaging our focused attention—and I love it. Reflecting on what makes the season special, I realize that this month’s issue perfectly captures the heart of the feeling in the air, the closeness of spiritual love and light, which are ever-present, eternal qualities. It’s gratifying to see how goodwill overtakes the embarrassing ugliness of this year’s political campaigning.

Letter from Publisher

It appears that North Texas forgot fall this year, and some wonder if it means a long winter.

October 2016 Publisher Letter

This month’s focus naturally includes some of our local game-changing initiatives advocating and activating progressive steps that have helped North Texas and in some cases, the whole country, create needed change.

Letter from Publisher

“Oh Summer dear, how quickly you have passed away, and with you my delightful sense of carefree-ness, of being in the present and my sense of being a wild-woman.”

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