Painting Exhibit at the MAC (Middletown Arts Center)

The dates are all set! April 6-May 25 Lobby Gallery: Thoughts, Visions, Mindfulness, and so on… Artist’s Reception: Thursday, April 14th, 6-7:30pm MIDDLETOWN ARTS CENTER 130 N. Verity Parkway Middletown, OH  45042 513-424-2417    

An exhibit of my paintings!

I’m excited to announce that the Middletown Arts Center in Middletown, Ohio will be exhibiting my paintings in their Lobby Gallery from the beginning of April to the end of May. It’s a beautiful space and they will also be showing a “Contemporary Quilts and Fiber Arts” exhibit at the same time in their main […]

A new course coming in January!

I’ll be teaching a brand new course this January called “Examining Your Meditation Experience.” It will be taught online via Zoom with the same format as my earlier classes, which everyone seemed to appreciate. It will reflect a lot of thinking, discussion, and readings that I’ve done in the past couple of years and I […]

A short story for you

I published a short story on Medium. It’s got very little to do with Buddhism. Well, maybe something. Enjoy! View at

New article available on!

I’m trying a new platform for my writing: 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!  

Discontinuing Sunday Sitting Group

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 […]

Burned out

Here’s the article about “burn-out” that we discussed this week:  

Getting into the Flow

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.

How emotions are made. Here’s a link to the description I read from today and then an excellent video. Enjoy!