I have it all. I have a husband, and kids. A house, debt a pet chinchilla and a dog that is too cute for it’s own good. I have long friendships, caring parents, and a pantry full of food. I have vacations, clothing and an education. I have the seasons, the daylight and sleep. I ... Continue Reading »
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Early in October Deepak Chopra visited the Occupy Wall Street gathering in Zuccotti Park, New York, and led the following meditation. His words were spoken without amplification and spread through the crowd via the human megaphone. I just want to do a two minute meditation, or even less. Put your hand on your heart and ... Continue Reading »
There is a bumper sticker that says, You can tell Americans have faith by the way they drive. I don’t know about that. I’ve never found Americans to be better or worse drivers than anywhere else I’ve been. But it is an interesting saying. What is the relationship between faith and responsibility? Many people live ... Continue Reading »
“No more stuff”. This is my code of being. Let me tell you a story. It begins with a garage sale It ends with $750 in my pocket. Let me tell you another 3 stories They are all just like the first. -how did this happen? I want to know right now, who fed the ... Continue Reading »
Our kids have pretty much grown out of singing the road trip blues-“Are we there yet? When are we going to get there? I’m hungry. I’m thirsty. I’m bored. I need to go to the bathroom.” Masters of catastrophe, kids are! One of the kids will say, “I’m starving.” I will reply, “Kids in Africa who haven’t eaten ... Continue Reading »
I have been here and gone elsewhere. Turned around and looked over my shoulder. I have sat still, climbed and searched. I have missed it, I have found it, And this is what I’ve heard…. The sounds of laughter, and an honest “I love you” wrapped in tight arms. Dusk thanking me for the day, ... Continue Reading »
We were somewhere in Ohio when it happened. And I’ll admit, it caught me quite off guard; I wasn’t looking for it, or expecting it. It just happened. Our family was on a road trip to a wonderful little place up state New York, a vacation we’d been looking forward to for some time and ... Continue Reading »
I do yoga, not well, but I do it. I do fine with the crescents, half moons, full moons, crocodiles, dogs, cats, cows as well as other various animals and solar objects. I can balance with a heel tucked into my groin, (yes, even my own heel and mostly my own groin) I squat in ... Continue Reading »
His body is warm, tangled in blankets. A lump. Each breath in – dreaming of what might be, Each breath out -glad for what was. In – asking, out – thanking. A beautiful rhythm, a chant, a prayer. He rests peacefully knowing the reality of his outer world, now meets the possibilities of his inner ... Continue Reading »
I learnt one of my biggest life lessons at the kitchen sink. I stood there. At the kitchen sink. Me and my yellow-gloved hands mindlessly going through the motions. My kids arguing. My husband out. Me washing up. Nothing new. Could it be any more boring? Is this it? I had a sinking feeling ... Continue Reading »