Meditation teachers whose focus is in training the mind consistently tell us that evoking a quality is cultivating the quality. We might not “feel” the experience of this quality when we first do it. It might take a while for us to align with new internal experiences but eventually, like any new habit, there […]
My friend, Pauline Beegan, sent me this from Ireland. Someone had sent her this note about the “Dead Box” at the US Postal Service. Nice to have good things said about the US Postal workers. Our 14 year old dog, Abbey, died last month. The day after she died, my 4 year old daughter Meredith […]
(the following is part one of a series of posts contributed by Barbara McCullough, LICSW who I have known for years. When I got her post below I got a bit squeamish with all the high accolades, almost edited it all out. What I realized, though, is that in her humorous way, Barbara is making […]
Almost every day I sit with people who doubt what they have to say matters, heck they doubt that they really matter when it comes down to it. It’s not that the world is populated with people who are dreadfully insecure. That’s not the case at all. In fact, many of these people that I […]
might like the combination! Here’s an article in the Wall Street Journal about therapists who bring their dogs to the office. Then, of course for those of you who know him, I had to put a little Pasha in the post. Pasha is my 7 year old Maltese who used to come to the office […]
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l7xBLvMIBZU] Peter & Peeps — Rescued Baby Hummingbird Fed in Hand by Mother Thank you, Barbara Coleman for sending this along. It’s gorgeous.
These are the photos documented in Natural Fashion: Tribal Decoration from Africa that Hans Silvester has taken over numerous trips visiting the Surma and Mursi tribes in the Omo Valley of southern Ethiopia. Every day these tribes find natural elements and paint their bodies, spending hours of the day assembling these incredible ornamentations. “A small piece […]