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Entries from May 2009

The Journey of Womanhood

May 28th, 2009 · 2 Comments · Home, Muse News

Da Vinci’s Muse has a secret…

Formally, in September, 2009 DaVincisMuse.com will be offering sequentially four courses that honor the worth of women. Not to say anymore now, but come back specifically in August for news and the opportunity of a lifetime to discover your own light and celebrate your life!

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Reviewing PAX

May 19th, 2009 · No Comments · Home, Muse Joint Ventures and Affiliates

I attended a PAX seminar this last weekend after experiencing and getting excited about an introductory presentation made by Alison Armstrong about her PAX program. The title of the two-day seminar: Celebrating Men, Satisfying Women. I was satisfied!

I decided to attend the seminar on this particular date…

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Questions for Men…

May 18th, 2009 · No Comments · Thoughts

Below are a list of questions that have come to mind and Da Vinci’s Muse would love to know what you think: What do you think about some women wanting compliments, favors or assistance without being sexually interested in the man? What is your opinion about courtship and women who desire to be courted? What […]

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New Year’s Journey

May 12th, 2009 · 1 Comment · Da Vinci's Muse for Women of Courage

This article was written by a Persian woman of courage in Iran, a medical researcher and therapist, dealing in this story with her heart attack, but who is also, as a translator of books, unable to have her numerous translations of well-known works published due to the refusal of a required publication permit. She writes […]

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Feature May 2009

May 9th, 2009 · 1 Comment · Da Vinci's Muse for Moms, Featured Musings, Home

Born in the Midwest, I have had a very challenging life from childhood. As an adult, I have had various jobs: I have worked as a nurses aid, as a waitress, owned a Surf Shop and a Tanning Salon, but through out those experiences I did not find that inner calling. It was when my first child was born, it was in that moment that I knew what I was here for: I am a Mother above all things. I cannot describe the feelings that go through you when your child is born, overwhelming happiness and a feeling of being satisfied, complete.

Since my first child was born in 1998, I have stopped working outside of the home. Since then, I have found a passion in writing and have had two more children (even though the doctors said it would not happen). Now life is somewhat chaotic at times.

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