Thoughts on Martin Prechtel's "The Smell of Rain on Dust"
the Evolutionary Necessity of Review
And the gleaming virtue of the afternoon nap
Thoughts on a Carl Rogers Idea
New Year's Contemplations on an Adyashanti Teaching
Thoughts on a tale retold by Martín Prechtel
Do you ever feel contracted – perhaps uninspired, or annoyed, or hopeless, or even, mean-spirited? When that happens, what is the story you tell…
Most of us function better with some amount of solitude – time to collect our thoughts, digest our experiences, and settle into our bodies. But the new…
Intergenerational Disturbance and Evolutionary Practice, Part 3 of 3
Intergenerational Disturbance and Evolutionary Practice, Part 2 of 3
Intergenerational Disturbance and Evolutionary Practice, Part 1 of 3
We often get caught up in the idea that our life’s purpose is about some grand mark we will leave on the world. That the legacy we leave behind after…