Close your eyes and think of an object that means a lot to you, one that gives you comfort, one
In loving memory of Connie Smith Siegel, amazing pastel artist, color theory teacher/author, dance partner, and partier extraordinaire. The other
(If you are considered an essential worker, you probably don’t have time to read this, Thank you for all you
It’s said that newborn babies lack object permanence so when something is gone it’s gone from their minds as well.
That’s what my husband called himself after his annual physical. He’d lost two inches in height. Not overnight, of course.
One of the core insights we come to through the regular practice of meditation is recognizing the nature
Here we sit, the mountain and I, until only the mountain remains. – Li Po As I write this
Ah, my birthday. Again. I remember when birthdays took forever to arrive. All that anticipation! One of my granddaughters recently
The fourth and final tetrad of the Anapanasati Sutta is called the Wisdom Group. Continuing to be present with the
I attended a dharma talk by Rick Hanson this week about the Three Marks or Characteristics: impermanence (anicca), the universal