The haze is from the wild fires out west. What might you be able to forego—perhaps a plane or automobile trip—or a degree or two less cooling from any air conditioning you might use to help minimize your contribution to… (READ MORE)
Today I had the honor of leading an online practice for some of the staff at the Latin American Youth Center to give them some support for their incredible service. This was from a walk a few days ago.
It is times like these where the importance of one’s personal home practices is emphasized.
The attempt to make tofu was a complete failure; it did not coagulate. But the coconut, plantain cake I made with the soy pulp from making the milk and leftover roast plantains, was a delicious success.
In “Me and White Supremacy,” (see excerpt below), Layla Saad writes that “allyship is not an identity but a practice.” How is your sadhana? Are you shifting it to recognize how you can most optimally participate in this turbulent time?