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Great classes are Great!

(Duh, I know).

As I’m sure you can surmise, I had a great class Thursday! 

This class is usually packed – it’s not unusual to have twelve or fifteen people.  213 more words


Sharing your Practice

It’s inevitable, as we practice meditation and mindfulness, that we want to share our practice with our family and friends.  As we delve deeper into these practices, we see all of the possibilities that open to us and it’s only natural that we would want to share our experience with those closest to us.   327 more words


The Art of Power by Thich Nhat Hanh

I’m currently working my way through The Art of Power by Thich Nhat Hanh.  I highly recommend this book as you explore mindfulness and meditation. I’d like to share one particularly poignant paragraph that I read last night. 274 more words


Thursday Thought

Today’s Opportunity for Mindfulness: Notice how you treat your body with your thoughts and actions. Think, “is this helpful?” Move forward with kindness and compassion.


Prayer and Meditation

I’ve always loved the quote, “Prayer is when you talk to God; meditation is when you listen to God.”  Many of us have no problems praying and asking God for help and guidance. 65 more words


A Verse for Teachers

I read Matthew 13 earlier tonight with our boys. It is the account of Jesus teaching the crowds about the kingdom of God through parables. He gave so many different illustrations, all in an attempt, to communicate the same message to the different people he knew were listening. 138 more words

What Matters Most

Are Teachers that don't use technology irrelevant? Part I

I asked this question after connecting with @djakes, @CatFlippen and @GaTechTeach during a chat they were having through #EduVue and Google Hangouts.  I responded to a comment by Kate Matthews (aka, @GaTechTeach): 509 more words

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