Hi! Thanks for dropping in to Pathways of the Heart.

Join me as we explore the various pathways we take when we follow our hearts. Sometimes those paths lead us into dangerous situations. Other times we find romance and happy endings. But all of us are following some path.

How do we know which way to go? Can we always trust our hearts, which can be easily swayed by emotions? Or is there direction from another, more reliable source?

One of the reasons I like lighthouses is because they represent so many symbols we need as we follow life’s journey. They provide direction, hope, and guidance for ships seeking safe harbor and warnings to keep them out of danger. In the same way, we need illumination to show us which path to take.

Come along with me as we discover what happens as we follow the pathways of our hearts!

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Marilyn

Recent Lighthouse Posts

Bolivar Point - A Lighthouse, a Weapon, and a Sanctuary

Bolivar Point - A Lighthouse, a Weapon, and a Sanctuary

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Meet Lighthouse Person Bob Trapani

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Literature for the Lighthouses

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Recent Writer's Path Posts

Inspiration Point

Inspiration Point

  It was my first trip to Yellowstone National Park, and we’d spent the day sightseeing.  I didn’t know what to expect, other than the famous geyser, “Old Faithful.” I was there for the new experience, the adventure, ...Read More
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APOLOGY

Dear Friends and Subscribers, I am very sorry if you received a number of emails from this blog in the past couple of days. My website was updated last week and when I posted the new weekly blog, it generated all these ema...Read More
The People in my Office

The People in my Office

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