Not goodbye, but “See you Soon”

Not goodbye, but “See you Soon”

Sunniva Ritter   Last night we talked about “timing” and bits and pieces of this WILD RIDE we have called life. The truth is, we always felt like I probably SHOULD have taken my Feb 1 (today) flight back home 2012 so we could plan our future together and do a bit of long distance dating and start our life in June. But we were mad. Mad in love and not gonna be split up if possible. I was in the narrow boat of life with you and just...

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It’s So Hard, to Say Goodbye….

It’s So Hard, to Say Goodbye….

It’s so Hard to Say Goodbye Whether you are leaving for just a few hours, a couple of days, or months…goodbyes are never easy, and most of us want to put them off until the moment we are faced with it. I would dare say that most people have not thought a lot about death until the end, they approach what I would call the ultimate goodbye the same way. Since it’s such a certain part of our journey, I wonder why people struggle to resist what...

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December Hike – Spiritual Rebirthing….

December Hike – Spiritual Rebirthing….

I haven’t written anything yet about my return, I haven’t shared too many details about what happened during my time away from the farm.  Perhaps I’ll do that when the moments and artistic/healing merits are there. A person,  I call a spiritual guide/mentor, was put in my life and I grabbed hold. So instantly, I took off to Oslo on a train and met a man who I did not know…but quickly realized he was a brother from...

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A Long and Complicated Story – Genetics and Environment

A Long and Complicated Story  – Genetics and Environment

  I was born Jared Lee Ritter, October 17th 1973 through what would probably be now deemed horrific circumstances.   My mother was young. My father was young.   Were they ready to have a child? Who the hell knows?   I know enough about the scene at the hospital (grandpa drunk, dad not around) to know that in 1973 this was sort of par for the course. At least in my neck of the woods.   But I had a mom who was raised to...

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