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//Deb Avery

About Deb Avery

Deb Avery lives in the Southern United States with her animals, surrounded by mighty oaks and woodlands. All of Nature is her friend and teacher. She is an avid gardener, reader of books, lover of all beings, who is often referred to as a “bit of a weird one,” which she takes as a compliment. Volunteering is one of her passions both in the animal world and that of humans. Having lived in many diverse places, including several years abroad, she has learned first hand that deep inside we are all one and the same. She enjoys long walks with her dog Sam, yoga and meditation. Along with The Tattooed Buddha, her writing has been published in Savana East, The Elephant Journal and Wake Magazine. You can also find her musings and insights at Celtic Zen Woman on Facebook.

May 2015

The Crone & the Sacred Wildwood.

By | 2016-10-14T07:51:20+00:00 May 25th, 2015|blog, Environment, Featured|

Odilon Redon, Spring 1883   By Deb Avery   The lush greenness of the trees, shrubs and plants surround me on three sides. Even though the front yard is open it is lined with trees across the road from me. During the summer I am very secluded---and I love it. The empath and [...]

April 2015

I Am Not Stupid.

By | 2016-10-14T07:51:50+00:00 April 21st, 2015|blog, Family & Parenting, Featured, Relationships|

  By Deb Avery A verbal slap can cause more damage than a physical blow. The wounds are deep and vicious. Over time, if not treated and healed, those wounds can become septic. Verbal abuse can be so subtle---so insidious---as to weave its way into our life much as a slow growing vine creeps ever [...]

Wild at Heart.

By | 2016-10-14T07:51:56+00:00 April 12th, 2015|blog, Family & Parenting, Featured|

By Deb Avery Born to please others. I thought this was my reason for being for the first 25 years of my life. Growing up in the South---the buckle of the Bible Belt---it was all I ever knew. I then got married, moved away and began meeting new people---different, interesting people. Soon traveling and devouring books [...]

March 2015

February 2015