What The Fire Could Not Destory

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November 19, 2012

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What The Fire Could Not Destory

To be fully alive, fully human, and completely awake is to be continually thrown out of the nest.

– Pema Chodron –

What The Fire Could Not Destory

“Ben and Norma Shapiro spent Thanksgiving week in New York City. They went to two jazz clubs, one comedy club, two movies, six plays and five museums. They had packed clothes to take them to those events, plus casual walking. And those are all the clothes they have left. On their last night in NYC, Nov. 30, they went to a jazz club and returned to their hotel. The manager met them as they entered the lobby and told them that the Concord fire chief called and asked that they call back immediately. Quoting Ben, Norma said “We knew that they were not calling because a cat was stuck in a tree…” { read more }

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