What I do know is that as each day passes, I feel lighter and more human. That's enough for me right now. It's been decades since I've felt this human. I kinda like it.
New friends exist everywhere you look.
I may have started teaching in 1995, but I have never known what it feels like to not have August be my New Year's Eve and the first week of June having a holiday-like vibe. I've had bits of dreams of what it would be like to enjoy a gorgeous, chilly autumn morning outside of the cinder block school walls, or...
Why is patience one of the hardest human states to cultivate? Why is it so easy to disrupt?
As you can see, I'm not yet back in the flow of a daily post, but I'll keep working on it. There's something to the habitual practice of writing even a short blog post each day that has an alchemical reaction to making me more aware of the moment-to-moment spaces in life, so it's a place I like to be. In the meantime, this week has been interesting...
What if life is actually a jigsaw puzzle of sorts, where we're given an initial box and expected to piece it together so that it looks exactly like the image on the front of the box, mass produced in a factory with the help of the society that created it, but when fully assembled, has no resonance with our heart?
Hello, friends. It's been some time, hasn't it? Today is a gorgeous, warm, mid-spring day here in Ohio, the kind we spend the rest of the year either wishing for or looking back upon. I've spent the weekend dog sitting for a colleague, which reminded me of...
Feeling good about your life, but not expressing a heartfelt 'thank you' is like wrapping a gift for someone but never giving it to them--Chip Conley
We may lose and we may win But we will never be here again So open up, I'm climbin' in And take it eeeeeasy....
Mirror, mirror on the wall Who's the foxiest one of all?
Unwrap now? Or wish for more that may never arrive?
Luck is all in your perspective.
(ok, maybe a few words) (of thanks)
What good is the present If all we worry about are other things?
Remember how crazy Thanksgivings used to be?