Reaching for well-being, we add habits into our routine: more sleep, more nutritious diet, exercise and so on. Then we expect results. The dominant culture pretends to be driven by reason and logic. If this, then that. Living organisms frustratingly and gloriously...read more
right now in my life in this moment watch the cursor blink hear the plumbing hear the dog snore hear hear here here my hand on the mouse fingers – at this moment – being able to curve around it for how much longer? Stretch wide. Make room for the fear. Make room for...read more
I have one of those electric toothbrushes that gives you a signal after you have brushed for 2 minutes. These days, my PCA holds onto my elbow and hand while I brush. I can still steer the toothbrush, but she is there adding strength to my arm and grip. As with many...read more
Living into my kind promises (and contemplating writing a new book), I discovered that several of my promises seem to say the same thing. There are shades of difference, but they are very similar. Consider this: I will surrender patiently. I will open to each moment....read more
How can our lives become more compassionate and creative – even in the face of difficulty? How can we connect with the sacred? I explore these questions by practicing the kind promises, report my wrangling here and summarize my discoveries in a monthly newsletter.