December 23-26 – Reverb11 – Writing Prompts.

Via on Dec 23, 2011
December 23 – Karma (Action)
Actions speak louder than words.
What daily actions will you take this year?
How will you begin your January mornings?
“Like gravity, karma is so basic we often don’t even notice it.” ~Sakyong Mipham

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December 24 – Regalo (Gift)
What was the most cherished gift you received this year?
What were the most thoughtful gifts you gave?
“For it is in giving that we receive.” ~Saint Francis of Assisi

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December 25 – Milagro (Wonder)
Illustrate your own personal wonderland — real or imagined.
What’s the weather like? Who else is there with you? Use vivid detail.
“We act as though comfort and luxury were the chief requirements of life, when all we need to make us really happy is something to be enthusiastic about.” ~ Charles Kingsley
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December 26 – Seva (Service)
How did you serve in 2011? Who will you serve in 2012?
“Service is the rent we pay for being on this earth.” -Marian Wright Edelman
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Reverb is a way to reflect on the past year and envision the year to come. Find out more about Reverb11. Here are the daily prompts for all of December 2011.
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About Michelle Margaret Fajkus

Michelle Margaret Fajkus is a free spirit and an open book. She is founder of Yoga Freedom and co-creator of EnlightenEd. Michelle learned yoga from a book at age 12, found zen in California at 23 and moved to Guatemala at 29. She enjoys writing poetry, leading yoga retreats, devouring books, cooking coconut curries and baking cookies in her toaster oven. She has self-published two books and has many more in the works. She lives on Lake Atitlán with her soul mates. Connect via Google+ or Facebook.

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