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Late Night Reader…

One summer I was in charge of the Kitchen at KWTC. It was the first week so we were really busy organizing the kitchen. One night, I finally had some free time so I walked down to Ladies Camp. It was around 11:00 at night and no one was around, so I went in to […]

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For three years, 2002, 2003 & 2004 I participated, taught and was resident Life Coach at the Khalsa Women’s Training Camps at Ghost Ranch in New Mexico. The setting against the magnificent cliffs and rock formations, under a sky that never failed, day or night, to entrance the spirit–well, it was a place that always […]

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I am assigned to a team with two other women. I don’t know them, they’re grown-ups.  We are to get over an eleven-foot wall, the three of us, with no ladders, no ropes, and no footholds – just the three of us, using our “shakti power.”

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I take my place, an arm’s length distance from each lady on both sides of me. We are to line up by height and I think I should be before Prem Siri Kaur but her turban is such a smokestack it makes her about an inch taller than me. I am twelve years old. “Eyes, […]

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A KWTC Veteran Reminisces about Marching (mid 1970s) “Who are those people and why do you have pictures of them?” Those people being women dressed in army fatigues with complete camouflage make up. This always makes me laugh because I know those people; those women are my friends. I was part of this wild and […]

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