A poem by William Blake inspires a dharma post on finding joy.
What assumptions do you have that might not hold up to closer scrutiny? Whatever they are, you can be sure you are not alone.
We’ve been focusing in the last few posts on meeting the challenges of finding our center without being self-centered. Because
As we begin exploring questions of identity, we look to the wisdom of Lao Tzu, Rainier Maria Rilke, and most importantly our own inner wisdom.
Apparently 3000 years ago Greeks would think you were delusional if you claimed the thoughts in your head were your
A prime motivator of the human species, right up there with safety, is comfort. Over millennia we have developed creative
That’s what my husband called himself after his annual physical. He’d lost two inches in height. Not overnight, of course.
I don’t know about you, but I am feeling especially thankful this year, especially for the rain yesterday and the
Halloween has come and gone and that’s just fine with me. Except for the adorableness of little trick or treaters
I recently had the good fortune to stand in front of Vincent Van Gogh’s painting ‘The Starry Night’ while visiting