To be honest, I’m not particularly into – or even really much interested – in astrology. I used to not-infrequently read my daily horoscope, back in the day – but that was in the course of reading newspapers. The horoscope page was always just there, and so I read it! But I don’t, hardly ever, […]Read More Keeping My Mind Open!
A couple of nights ago, I watched the final episode of a multi-part video series I’ve been following on YouTube, called Great Wide Open. It’s a little bit about sport climbing – featuring interviews with master climbers like Tommy Caldwell, Sasha DiGiulian, Renan Ozturk (who also featured in the excellent Meru documentary that I mentioned […]Read More On Oceans and Wilderness – and the GREAT WIDE OPEN
I took a wrong turn in the library last weekend – and consequently, ended up in an unfamiliar aisle. In so doing, my eye was caught by the name of an author (Seth Godin) whose work I had read a little online and was interested in. And that’s how I wound up grabbing a book […]Read More Seth Godin is My New Hero
“When you find you are straining, whether in a yoga pose or in life, you’re probably trying too hard. Your ego is in it, and you are driven by an ambition that ultimately creates imbalance and suffering. This is the point when you should ask yourself: Where am I holding on? Am I holding on […]Read More Presence is the Key
This week’s photo challenge: “This week, consider the walls you’ve erected and decorated, the halls you walk down each day, or the exteriors you’ve ignored or neglected. What do these walls reveal about a place, people, or you?” * * My daughter just turned six. She’s also had a recent growth spurt, bringing the top […]Read More Weekly Photo Challenge: WALL