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Help me make a beginning

April 15, 2010

We all make a beginning each time we look for ourselves, searching for the lost and forgotten. Like seashells lying scattered on the shore after a storm, it is our work to recover and reassemble the pieces, the life force still quivering. It is a delicate process best done with plenty of light because they are still alive, waiting in the shadows for our discovery. With every encounter, the life force communicates in a unique language, developed especially for each pirate. The heart is the navigator and mapmaker, a guiding force behind each treasure we find, revealed by an unmistakably signature, the soul’s voice from within.[1]

[1] Estes, Clarissa Pinkola. Women Who Run with the Wolves. ( New York: Ballantine Books, 1995), 24.

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