• The Story Is Not The Destination…It Is Only The Way

    by Fionn Zarubica How do we define ourselves culturally? Do we see ourselves as woven of one continuous thread or many diverse threads?  Do we connect to one another through […]

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  • The Textiles of the Christian Orthodox Church

    A Brief History For Young Readers by Fionn Zarubica The clothes we wear today are very different from the clothes we wore 2000 years ago; but, in the Christian Orthodox church, […]

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  • It’s Back to School Time – For the Grown-ups

    by Fionn Zarubica No, it is not too late, you can go back and experience the excitement and anticipation you experienced as child at the beginning of the school year – […]

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  • Quitting Facebook

    by Fionn Zarubica You want to find out who your friends are?  Quit Facebook. Walk away and see who stays in touch. Since I quit Facebook, I have been bombarded […]

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  • Namaste Anita

    by Fionn Zarubica In loving memory of my mother Anita Lundegaard Blichfeldt, August 8, 1925 – August 8, 2016 I grew up in the heart of Hollywood, just 150 feet north of Sunset […]

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  • Pain Is Love

    by Fionn Zarubica Pain is a wonderful messenger.  It is the human being’s measuring tool for growth activity.  The cause of pain might start out as a mental, physical or […]

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  • Say/Do

    by Fionn Zarubica It is often said: Do not pay attention to what people say, pay attention to what they do.  When I remember to, meaning when my ego doesn’t […]

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  • Let It Be

    by Fionn Zarubica A dear friend of mine, astrologer Kit Wilkins, said to me yesterday that 2014 really had 14 months, that the New Year did not actually start until […]

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