DId the Wise Men actually consider looking at Mary and Joseph’s Babies-R-Us wish list?
Why is patience one of the hardest human states to cultivate? Why is it so easy to disrupt?
Tonight’s meditation was woven around a thought I’ve been contemplating since my Yoga Nidra training two weeks ago–this idea of the universe being one, but all of us a part of that one and a collective at the same time.
My main thought is this…
The most important gift
this holiday season
is the gift of pause
What good is the present
If all we worry about
are other things?
is not a competition.
There is no enlightenment finish line.
wishing for last week’s Sunday
steaming coffee mugs cradled between hands
After exploring the recesses of this brain, three tiny poems need released. By the time I write those, I will have two more bubbling about
Is it an equal trade to swap a past shattered by darkness and tear-stained pain for an airy ethereal elusive hope of the future? What is the tipping point, that … Continue reading On Exchanging Hope for a Broken Heart
What do snails think
when crossing a busy street
or a stretch of asphalt that lasts forever?
Do you think the monarch has moments where he wishes to return to the comfortable solitude of his chrysalis?
Use the breath to keep the heat of the moment from becoming a spark that begins an all-consuming wildfire.
How is it that when we return from walking a distance we are not the same person as when we began?
Gratitude has become my companion and lover in the way no mortal can or could For no matter the weather or way love is but a breath away and can … Continue reading Meditation #3
I eavesdrop on the deli manager tell an older gentleman where he went to high school It’s the teacher names not his graduation year that tells me he was, once … Continue reading Everyday Poem #2