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24 February 2016 Stillness is not about focusing on nothingness; it’s about creating a clearing. It’s opening up an emotionally clutter-free space and allowing ourselves to feel and think and dream and question. ~Brené Brown On the way back from … Continue reading
5 January 2016 And as with prayer, which is a dipping of oneself toward the light, there is a consequence of attentiveness to the grass itself, and to the sky itself, and to the floating bird. I too leave the … Continue reading
17 December 2015 The feeling of connection we get when we do something fun with people we love is one of our most powerful sources of happiness. ~Christine Carter This week, between scattered list-crazed afternoons and doing one thing while thinking … Continue reading