I went with a friend from volunteering at the youth garden yesterday morning to join with others to heighten awareness of the potential impact on the fabric of our fragile democracy of what the current Supreme Court decides in Moore… (READ MORE)
This morning, I exercised my sacred right, privilege, and duty to vote. If you haven’t yet been able to vote, what is your plan?
This morning at the United States Supreme Court in support of the nomination of Judge Katanji Brown Jackson. Please let your elected officials know your support. The naysayers were out with those showing support. Let us raise our voices in… (READ MORE)
I am not prepared to go on hunger strike—it would not be right for my health. I can bear witness, speak out, and donate. What might you be able to do?
Today on the National Mall, one year since the failed insurrection. Resistance is yoga sadhana (and so is persistence).
There is much yet to be done–nearly half supported more viciousness and vitriol. But for now, a pause and a recognition of the efforts that have been devoted thus far. Tomorrow I will ask myself, as I do on a… (READ MORE)
Part of the reason “around town” is within several blocks of my house since the pandemic began is the limits on being able to find a safe bathroom. I prefer that to dehydrating prior to going out. I’m lucky to… (READ MORE)
Be aware of what needs your attention, including moments of beauty. [Caption] Photo shows a sticker with a red circle with a line across it and a cartoon image of 45; a sticker that says “stop police brutality” and a… (READ MORE)
Self-care is part of collective care, but only if it is in balance with active care of the collective. This morning, before reading the news and working hard, I sat for meditation and put up lentil soup in the slow… (READ MORE)