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I would better be

“Oh dear, may I take you with me to make people happy again?” The kind potter asked.

“Before hearing my answer, can you please tell me what did you do with my companion you took?” I asked. 374 more words

Letters To Life

Do you feel stuck?

Look at a baby or a young child for a few moments and you’ll notice they make all kinds of movements, in all kinds of ways.  353 more words


Depression with Parkinson's

Parkinson’s is a progressive disease that sometimes makes the patient feel like there is no hope for the future. The symptoms don’t get better and with each day passing things just worsen. 43 more words

Daily Meatballs

Most school days, I pack meatballs for Martin’s lunch. Specifically, spicy buffalo meatballs, which I make by combining bison chorizo with minced vegetables. I send spicy buffalo meatballs for four reasons. 407 more words


Activating Defaults

Ms. Tippett: I think that also you draw analogies between how a whole community works, which is incorporating that fragility as part of its living being and even what you know about how the Earth works. 292 more words

Moving beyond rigidity and chaos in communities - some thoughts on integration

One of the keynote talks at the Mindful Leadership Summit that I attended in early November was by neuroscientist Dan Siegel. Siegel is particularly interested in the subject of integration, a topic I’d like to explore a little here. 404 more words

Online Communities

Against the False Charge of Rigidity

In a recent interview with Jesuit Fr. Antonio Spadaro, Pope Francis has once again demonstrated his continued misunderstanding of the Traditional Latin Mass and its adherents. 722 more words