Author Archives: Cate Kodo Juno

Random Acts of Kindness

My beautiful daughter wrote the following story on FaceBook today and I’d like to share it. Have a tissue handy  ❤ Practice Random Acts of Kindness peeps. Here’s a couple of stories from my week – I popped in to … Continue reading

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Opening our hearts to hate and fear

With the election of Trump, I feel a tsunami of hate has been unleashed surging around the world, in which so many acts of racism, misogyny, homophobia and prejudice have been legitimised using Trump as a role model. The fear … Continue reading

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Old pot, beautiful mind

This old pot, reflecting the beautiful nasturtiums that are springing up all over my garden, made me think that even when our minds are empty and trimmed with cobwebs, we can still reflect the beauty of the world around us, … Continue reading

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A year with my mother

When I said early last year that I was ‘retiring’, little did I know what challenges the following year would hold. It was as if, without realising it, I was clearing the space so that I could be completely available … Continue reading

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What is a tree?

Looking up, I can see that it is live and surging with energy. I wonder, what is a tree?

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