Author Archives: 1heartle

About 1heartle

My passion and obsession is with books, reading, life-long learning, libraries, literacy and tutoring. A second passion is public speaking, teaching and powerful presentations. I am always experimenting with new teaching and training methods in an effort to find the most effective way to engage learners.

The Lonely Hut

“And my lonely hut had for me all the splendor of a palace.” The Way of a Pilgrim I don’t have access to a lonely hut. There are constant distractions, conversations, errands, and chores, that pull my mind away from … Continue reading

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The Path of the Heart

Ten thousand hours, Or forty-four years. A beautiful sunrise. I take another first step On the Path of the Heart. The Art of Prayer

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The Prayer of the Heart

Progress is slow. Like, the Pilgrim, I’m easily distracted. It is too early in the struggle to declare victory. The Way of a Pilgrim

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Gratitude Practice

I recently renewed my commitment to practicing gratitude & love. The general consensus is that you should write down five things that you are grateful for every day, and don’t repeat anything on yesterday’s list. Last night a cool video … Continue reading

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Blessing the African Queen

I had a fantastic dream last night. My wife & I were in Africa for the Blessing of an African Queen. We stopped in at the Blessed Family Department office. A Japanese brother had volunteered to be matched with the … Continue reading

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Corn Bread (Gluten Free) with Chia Seeds

King Arthur Flour Gluten Free Cornbread Mix Pack of Six 1 tbsp chia seeds

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Gluten Free Bread with Chia Seeds

I start with King Arthur Flour Gluten Free Bread mix. I use almond milk and olive oil to make it dairy free. I have tried to make bread Whole Food Plant Based (WFPB) without eggs and oil, but it was … Continue reading

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