[Ed note: TL;DR, but I just had to articulate for myself what I’ve been feeling.] As someone on a Buddhist path, I am friends with suffering. By being able to reorient myself to know… Read More
A friend and reader of this blog—Ronna Detrick, a woman whose work is deepening women’s connections to their inner spiritual compass (yes, please!)—sent me this p… Read More
Reflection, August 2016. Last week I referred to a landslide, a great forcing up of new perspective, but I wrote about only a piece of it. It’s too much to look at at once, a view too… Read More
Snowbird, CO, July 2015. Oh the tectonic plates of the self, how they move. Months, then years, of the tiniest little shifts, certainly almost imperceptible. And then: whooooosh! A great sur… Read More
My sweet, sweet kid pretending he’s not sweet. So my son is dancing and singing around the house because he just got home from his last day of school, bringing home straight As for… Read More
I’m busy busy busy with a new consulting job, that I like very much. Smart people. Great products. And an excellent social impact, as well, we hope. (More on that anon, I promise. We l… Read More
I just realized today something that should have been obvious to me years ago: this blog is my church. I come here when I am wounded and wondering, when I feel the ache of being human in a w… Read More
The falls at Beacon. April, 2016 In my life, very few shifting events—those decisive moments when life goes from This to That—unfold in a solo way, happening all by itself… Read More
So I finished my first draft of a book outline — and not surprisingly, it’s not quite good yet. No, truly. That’s my agent talking, not just me. And it’s been enough… Read More
Let me just recite the quote from the photo above, here in the body of the post: My wound existed before me. I was born to embody it.” —Joë Bousquet I am not sure I… Read More
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