Pantry items, long storage organic cheese, greens from the garden. As I eat these simple, inexpensive, nutritious meals, I ask myself: How much do I need? What kind of economy do I want to support for when we can go… (READ MORE)
From the tree in her yard, an offering brought by a student coming for house yoga practice.
I woke up violently beset with cold/flu symptoms on Tuesday (fortunately, I’d voted early). I hardly got out of bed for two days and while I was able to work some from home because there were deadlines that needed to… (READ MORE)
Are meaningless without engaged conversation and action. In yoga practice terms, if you’re living in and enjoying the world, practice includes service and giving. Prayer alone is for those who live naked in a cave subsisting on alms.
I was volunteering today at William Penn House, which was providing a comfort station for marchers during the day, as well as being full to capacity with guests. I was doing some work in the office when a woman who… (READ MORE)
Yesterday, the first of the year, I pulled off the shelf and opened at random Anne Lamott’s “Bird by Bird.” I’d found it used some time ago and was interested, but other things got ahead of it on my reading… (READ MORE)