When I was younger I loved pancakes. Excuse me, I loved MAPLE SYRUP.
Allow–Danna Faulds There is no controlling life.Try corralling a lightning bolt,containing a tornado. Dam astream and it will create a newchannel. Resist, and the tidewill sweep you off your feet.Allow, and grace will carryyou to higher ground. The onlysafety lies in letting it all in –the wild and the weak; fear,fantasies, failures and success.When lossContinue reading “A Poem I Always Return to”
I have a vivid, all senses-engaged, memory of the first few runs I did in the forest after my 25-year-old sister died, tragically, in a hiking accident. I was 18 going on 19 at the time and prior to her death, I had never actually given much thought, in a very personal way, to theContinue reading “Growth and Grief: A Personal Story of Bereavement”
“Aren’t relationships the best dharma?” a close friend said to me recently. And from there, I began to pay more acute attention to this theme that was emerging so vibrantly in conversations with others about their lives and relationships in the last while; this framework of viewing relationships (all kinds–romantic, familial, platonic, collegial) asContinue reading “When We Keep Showing Up: The Personal Growth to be Gained from Our Relationships by N Paley”
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