It is with unfathomable sorrow that I let you know my life companion of 48 years, partner in creativity and in the pursuit of happiness and justice, Mary Elizabeth (Liz) Fisher (née Turner), has been embraced by the wings of Isis Friday, September 25, 2020 at 11:28 AM PDT. Blessings, Bob Fisher
This post will display various remembrances that are offered in honor of Liz and reflect the enormous admiration of people who knew her. As Yana Castle said in a Facebook entry, “Liz was a brilliant woman, a seeker, creator, folklore specialist, writer, loving wife of Bob and such a good friend and sister on the path.”
There are varied groups of people who relate to a rainbow as a cherished image, a defining symbol, a protective icon.
In life there are times when we confront situations that require us to make considered choices. Or, we meet others from varied paths and grasp diversity, its benefits and challenges. The ancient Mediterranean goddess Hekate was honored at these crossroads.
I am also known as Kit, Kat or Katie. I recently turned seventy years old, having lived through many interesting decades of American history, keeping journals and saving memorabilia. I also have delved into times going back to the nineteenth century which play important psychological roles for me. Whatever your interest in being here, whether it be to reminisce yourself, or delve into your ancestors realities, or hear a good story or find a fascinating tidbit, enjoy the adventure.
I am the interior voice of Kat Dunbar and comment on the social and individual transitions that mark American women over the last 175 years. I do not hesitate to link the obvious and speculate about the obscure. I offer quick insights that lead to discoveries which open up spiritual dimensions that are inspiring and entertaining.
I am one of the co-narrators of these tales, along with Kit and her many acquaintances and select ancestors. I was born in 1939, a pivotal time in America. I have had significant roles in several well-known events and encountered people of interest that I will tell you a bit about.
I am the interior voice of Dale Sheridan. I believe we all have an inner dialogue. Some call it intuition. I find that my observations are more “educated” than the word “intuition” implies. Yet I also, for Dale, have a quality of “telling the truth” which transcends anything I have been taught.
We are challenged to dismantle premises based on prejudge. Racism, once thought to be an historical embarrassment that was addressed aggressively is now reminding us it is a living reality which must be understood and overcome. These presumptions and false narratives often control how we live together within the diversity of the United States and the Globe.
Modern society has invited us to develop views our life passages and identity that once were dictated by religious leaders.
A sense of being interconnected with all beings and part of a universe that is alive and communicative is an increasing influence in how possibilities are viewed.