I have been keeping this journal for some time now, and even though I don’t do it daily, it came to mind today. Perhaps because my BGI students are having their Thanksgiving week this week. Whatever the reason, I have been thinking about gratitude and its importance in one’s life, to keep us present, awake [read more...]
As part of the work with the Right Livelihood Quest, I regularly interview people who have gone through such journey themselves, and share their stories here. It is an opportunity to witness and share the experience of others and our common humanity, with the struggles, challenges, passions, and inspiration that all too often seem to be [read more...]
Today’s Reflection is about quotes and passages, while exploring this : fascinating, and often elusive, theme of Right Livelihood.
It is not “just a quest.” Rather, The Quest perhaps, on the journey of this subtle and elusive theme of Right Livelihood, Vocation, Life Purpose. At times, inspiring and fulfilling, though, more often than not, annoying, [read more...]
Today’s Reflection is about smiling, and about not.
American Visionary Art Museum is located in Baltimore, and I was recently there for a conference. One evening, we got a tour of this beautiful place, and had a chance to see and experience the What Makes Us Smile exhibition being featured in the museum. The [read more...]
Today’s Reflection is about a recent drumming weekend in Seattle. “I have had many teachers in my life,” he said. “My most important one right now, and for many years is her. She will always tell me when I am present, engaged, in my heart… Or not. When I am, she will participate, play [read more...]