Healers

Focus on Peace

by Kee Kee on April 4, 2016

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  I found myself in a Hollywood tattoo parlor six days after four airplanes were hijacked, two crashing into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, one into the Pentagon, and one in a Pennsylvania field. During the devastating chaos that first week following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, nothing made sense. Nothing, […]

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Dear 2013, “What happened to your sex life?” These were the first words out of Starr’s mouth when she saw me on New Year’s Eve. Starr is the Curandera who took me in for five weeks after we serendipitously met as I was passing through Hot Springs, Arkansas on my five month road trip. My […]

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Fear is like fire. It needs fuel, oxygen and heat. The more you feed it, the more it spreads and takes over your life. I’ve written previously that real growth cannot begin until we look fear in the eye and tell it that we are not going to let it control our lives. That includes […]

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Meet Leland Duff.  He is 85 years old and he’s standing in front of the smoldering remains of his house.  Buying a watermelon from him was the most important money I’ve spent all year. I just returned from a road trip.  I was gone just under 2 weeks and I put over 1,200 miles on […]

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Dear 2012, The last couple of days have been ones of deep introspection.  2011 was one of the most difficult of my life, but it was also singularly the most important year of my life.  As a result, I wasn’t sure I was ready to see the year end.  It was a year of breaking […]

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No one said it was going to be easy.  And it hasn’t been.  I’ve been vacillating between emotional highs about finally making positive changes in my life and emotional lows about leaving behind the people and places I love in Los Angeles.  I haven’t yet found that sweet spot of balance in between the two […]

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In my very first blog post in September 2010, I proclaimed that I needed change in my life.  I prayed for change.  I desperately needed change.  On the first day of my road trip last October, realizing I had no idea how to find that change,  I blubbered snotty tears all over my steering wheel […]

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When I embarked on my road trip in October without an itinerary or agenda, I hadn’t a clue what the road had in store for me. What I did know is that I wanted to be a “yes girl,” meaning, I promised myself I would be completely open to new experiences, people and places. Never […]

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With my most recent Huffington Post piece, I’m letting everyone in on the big secret that the locals have begged me not to divulge: Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas is one of the most magical places in the United States. People visit, and they never leave.  In fact, I intended to pass through the city […]

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