Delia Yeager
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koshersalaami commented on Delia Yeager's blog post The First Time I Died, I Was Murdered.
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"That is such powerful and thought provoking writing. I will read it again. Thank you."
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"Thank you, koshersalaam i and JMac. As always, thank you. I appreciate your reading and commenting.  xo"
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Arthur James commented on Delia Yeager's blog post (Some) Things My Father Taught Me About the white man's burder and racism in America in the 1960's
"` I agree... Jonathan Wolfman I remember my Father. He was my Best Man ay My Wedding in ` South Hampton, New York. The  Vietnam Veterans I knew were on Serious Pain Meds. ` ALC MOH John Phillip Baca was on a Long  term Drinker-Spree. My…"
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As a life-long super-aware, sensitive, sentient being who turned to writing at 13 as a way to make sense out of the world, Delia Yeager is an Intuitive Energy Reader/Healer and Spiritual Living Coach, and so grateful to be in the dance of possibilities, creating and manifesting greater and greater Life, living, Conscious Connecting with All That IS.
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The First Time I Died, I Was Murdered.

Posted on May 31, 2017 at 10:59am 13 Comments

I had just turned 26, and was at a surprise birthday party and house warming with new friends.

Young men, high and in cultural pain, came in, hog-tied the 3 men, and raped me and another woman in our party. The third man hadn’t gotten to the third woman of our party before the gunshots went off, so she was spared that. It was her 32nd birthday, and it was my sign that God was listening, because she was spared. I’d hated to have her birthday…

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(Some) Things My Father Taught Me About the white man's burder and racism in America in the 1960's

Posted on July 21, 2016 at 9:00pm 9 Comments

I worked in my first political campaign by stuffing and licking envelopes. It was 1962, and I was 6 years old.

My family is not a famous political family, nor has anyone ever been a professional politician.

We have always held the office of a more important role – citizen.

My mother was the brains and engine of our political involvement. She was from the mid-west and abhorred the Jim Crow South. She had 6 kids under 8 and had to work in her profession as a librarian to…

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Patriarchy Is Broken

Posted on July 8, 2016 at 6:30pm 8 Comments

A massacre in Dallas.

A massacre in a nightclub in Orlando.

A father on the street in Minnesota.

A boy on the street in … fill in the blank, 608 times and counting, and that’s just for 2016. And its only July.

People are surprised, but not.

People don’t seem so…

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TIme to Answer the Call

Posted on June 18, 2016 at 6:45pm 19 Comments

In the old days, when the people who worked at radio stations chose the music they were going to play and in fact were hired for their taste, not having lists of what they were going to play on their show handed to them, radio was really alive.

You could be in your car, thinking about something, maybe looking for an answer and a song would…

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At 7:39pm on August 2, 2015, JMac1949 Today said…

Delia, What we do and how we do it matters.  In that sense our consciousness is definitely connected.  Butterfly wing chaos theory meets the ripple effect in the collective unconscious.  ;-)

At 9:13am on March 19, 2015, Anna Herrington said…

Hi Delia!

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