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6 years ago  ::  Jun 25, 2010 - 9:23AM #1
water
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6 years ago  ::  Jun 29, 2010 - 11:16AM #2
BeerLover
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Hello Water, and welcome to this little corner of cyberspace {love the name, simple, so full of meaning.  Wish I had thought of it}.  Can you tell us a little more about I-Ching?  Do you practice it yourself?  Are you willing to give reads here?  I, for one would like something more than a link to another website.  Friendly reminder:  Multiple postings of a link is against the ROC, so says your host, Sheriff BeerLover.


We actually had somebody who did I Ching readings a while back, Cathy somebody I believe.  You could probably find her thread if you looked.  This is the right place for this particular topic.  Hopefully others will be interested, and we can have a good converation, something this place has been lacking for a long time now.


Welcome,


BL

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5 years ago  ::  Jul 29, 2011 - 5:15PM #3
cdkelley
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yes, it was Cathy,(lol! somebody will do I guess! BL!) i LOVE THE I CHING!


ASK AWAY....

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4 years ago  ::  Dec 31, 2011 - 9:14PM #4
stardustpilgrim
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Jul 29, 2011 -- 5:15PM, cdkelley wrote:


yes, it was Cathy,(lol! somebody will do I guess! BL!) i LOVE THE I CHING!


ASK AWAY....




Hey Cathy, are you still around? Have you ever heard of Carol Anthony? I really liked her book The Philosophy of the I Ching. I'll keep this short to see if you're still around......


sdp

Roses always come with thorns. Sometimes, thorns first, sometimes roses first, and, sometimes, thorns outside, roses inside, sometimes roses outside, thorns inside.

Someone who dreams of drinking wine at a cheerful banquet may wake up crying the next morning. Someone who dreams of crying may go off the next morning to enjoy the sport of the hunt. When we are in the midst of a dream, we do not know it's a dream. Sometimes we may even try to interpret our dreams while we are dreaming, but then we awake and realize it was a dream. Only after one is greatly awakened does one realize that it was all a great dream, while the fool thinks that he is awake and presumptuously aware. Chuang Tzu
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4 years ago  ::  Jan 01, 2012 - 4:50AM #5
cdkelley
Posts: 164

Hi Stardustpilgrim,


   I don't come here hardly at all,but I got a notice someone had replied on this thread. No, I have never read the book. I rarely get time to read much any more since I started taking classes online getting my Associates degree.


    If you'd like to get ahold of me go ahead & email me


cathydkelley@yahoo.com


Happy New Year!


Cathy :)

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3 years ago  ::  Nov 08, 2013 - 8:16PM #6
Stardove
Posts: 17,597

Cathy Kelley passed away last week-end.  Her service is 9.9.13 in CA.  RIP Cathy.

Beliefnet Community Wide Moderator ~ Peace Love Stardove


People change for two main reasons: either their minds have been opened or their hearts have been broken.
---Anonymous

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3 years ago  ::  Nov 20, 2013 - 3:30PM #7
christine3
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I never met you Cathy, but read your obituary just now.  I recognize your face.  Have a little rest now, maybe we'll meet in our dreams!


Love, Christine

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