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TSW Summer 09

TSW Summer 09

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A summer's worth of pain and dedication allows us to share our world with one another. Come join us at Today's Spiritual Woman and see what women are doing throughout the world! We would love to have you join us. Write to us and be part of our Fall issue coming soon.
A summer's worth of pain and dedication allows us to share our world with one another. Come join us at Today's Spiritual Woman and see what women are doing throughout the world! We would love to have you join us. Write to us and be part of our Fall issue coming soon.

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 A magaletter for women who wish to exploretheir inner spirit and share with women all overthe world.
Free from our computer to yours
 – 
a magaletterfilled with stories, features, poetry, and wonderfulinformation to enrich your life!
Subscribe to all four 2009 issues for free by email or$5.99 for S&H via regular mail.Contact us attodayspiritualwoman@gmail.com. 
IINNTTHHIISSIISSSSUUEE:: 
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Letters from Jane
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Top 8 Fun Stress Relievers 
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The Simple Truths of the Gospel 
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Food Group Fun 
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Update from Kelsey 
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Grandma Mary’s Shindig 
 
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Japanese Rice
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Poetry by Lola 
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The Many Faces of Alzheimer’s 
 
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HR Speak 
 
And more! 
 
Volume 1, No 3Summer 2009
Published QuarterlySalem, ORTodaySpiritualWoman@Gmail.comEditor/Publisher
Lola Carlile, Ph. D.Staff:
Advertising: 
David Carlile
Layout: 
Jane Little
Editors/Contributors: 
Evelyn Celli - internationalBrenda Ellison - religionMelisa Lua
alternative
 
The views and ideas presented in this magaletter do not necessarily reflect the individual beliefs of the editor or the staff. 
 
 
L
ETTERSFROM
J
ANE
:
 
 August 4
th
 , 2009 Dear Spiritual Woman,
 I’ve just realized something: my previous “letters” were dated November 19
th
and March 19
th
 respectively, which means that this one should have been written on the 19
th
of July. But that,
obviously, never happened, since it’s August already and I’m sitting here trying to put mythoughts into some kind of order… Not that the blazing sun outside i
s helping me any. All right, so, where was I on July 19
th
?! I was up in the mountains, in a small town which used to
be a spa. Now it’s just a sorry kind of a ghost town with a couple of fancy, shamefully expensive
hotels, no more mineral wells and a so-c
alled “park” from which most of the benches have
mysteriously disappeared. And, then, what in the world was I doing there?! Well, I was preparing to welcome Henry S., a Bukovina-born, Bucharest-educated and finally Texas-adopted man whose grandparents had, before WWII, owned a house there. The house still stands, but thegrandparents are long since resting in the Jewish cemetery up the hill. Only 13 more Jews live in Dorna today.
Truth be told, Henry was so absorbed with the natural beauty of Dorna’s surro
undings, that hehardly allowed himself to notice what the town lacks and needs. I, for my part, however, was
acutely aware of everything I saw (such as the ruins of what had once been a casino) or didn’t 
see (that town had, up to 20 years ago, been fizzing with mineral water!) around us. All the moreso, as I had just recently returned from Munich, Germany. Now, Munich, Germany
 – 
or rather, my having gone there
 – 
is a story in itself. It so happens that one of my girlfriends lives there, and that she knows me well enough to have realized how badly I needed to escape my daily routine and dusty town for a while. And she also knew just howmuch to insist in order to get me onto the plane and into her Bavarian home. Now, that was by no means my first, but  precisely my seventh time in Germany, and  yet I never had realized the breathtakingbeauty of that country. My friend lives not in Munich proper, but in a small ruralcommunity some 30 minutes away (by what 
Germans call a “Schnellbahn”, a rapid 
train) from the city center. What at first had seemed a disadvantage quickly turned out tobe a source of delight: the Bavariancountryside is so green, clean and peaceful,that after a while one can hardly imagine

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