I’m trying a new platform for my writing: Medium.com. You can find my first article there: For a Resilient Retirement, Let Nature be Your Guide I hope you like it, and please feel free to share the link!
Dear Friends, I wanted to follow up on Sunday’s discussion last week and clarify what I was trying to say. I voiced some concerns that I was no longer sure about continuing the Sunday sittings, and that I wanted to have one on one Zoom meetings with the five members of the sitting group before […]
Here’s the article about “burn-out” that we discussed this week: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2021/05/24/burnout-modern-affliction-or-human-condition
We had a great talk today about remembering what it’s like to have some fun without worrying about being the best or the expert. When we really are enjoying the act of creation or just plain fun, whatever form it may take, we get into “the flow” of experience, which is a kind of absorption. […]
How emotions are made. Here’s a link to the description I read from today and then an excellent video. Enjoy! https://fortelabs.co/blog/how-emotions-are-made/
This is a wise essay, very timely, on how we can work to disentangle ourselves from the suffering that often surrounds us in dealing with relationships. Wise Relationship: Ninth Step on the Eightfold Noble Path Also, remember that we will be taking a break for a few weeks from the Sunday meditations! As always, you […]
We might want to call it right view…but whatever, it’s the first in the 8-fold path. What Is Right View?
Naomi Shihab Nye’s Beloved Ode to Kindness, Animated
Related to my weird vaccine story at the bottom of the stairs: this is a really good read: Alan Watts on Love, the Meaning of Freedom, and the Only Real Antidote to Fear
Interesting class today; thanks for the input. Here’s the article I used: https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/how_anxiety_hides_in_your_habits