Crossing The Threshold
Meditation - The Intellectual vs The Knowing Oct 2, 2019 If you have an intellectual leaning, it is very easy to learn about meditation, what it can do for you and the transformation that it can bring. The Exhaustion of a Family Visit Sep 25, 2019 From my experience people visiting and staying in my home always requires a break in my routine. There is entertaining, showing around, just more Bullet Journal - A Place for Mind to Relax Sep 14, 2019 Meditation is giving a huge, luscious meadow to a restless cow. The cow might be restless for a while in its huge meadow but at some stage, When Shame Hits Sep 12, 2019 “Shame corrodes the part of us that believes we can do and be better.” Daring Greatly, by Brené Brown From my experience shame can come out of Adapting to Transitions Aug 25, 2019 Early summer this year was a time for travel. Family travel. Across the continental US to a family wedding and then across the Atlantic to visit Crossing The Threshold Jul 31, 2019 Patrick Rhone recently shared a photograph with a quote in it, on his blog. The quote spoke to me of the meaning behind the title of this website, A Poem That I Always Come Back To Jul 26, 2019 Since I first came across this poem, it comes to me in times of doubt. It reminds me of those who do feel different, who question the normal route 130 Guests and Me Jul 4, 2019 This is a post written in installments over the course of, and just after a weekend of wedding celebrations. A weekend of activities that were just Boundaries Jun 13, 2019 Yesterday dealt me a lesson in spades. I will keep the details confidential to respect the agreements of those who I was working with - what is said Catnapping Jun 12, 2019 Being able to catch a quick 40 winks can be a life saver for me. I usually find a patch of the afternoon, mid-afternoon, when I start flagging. My First Buttondown Newsletter May 31, 2019 My first newsletter using the Buttondown email service went out today. In the newsletter I reflect on my changing approach to online output, A Day of Rest May 20, 2019 “And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made.” - Genesis 2:2, Today May 4, 2019 This morning’s very strong winds must have taken the internet out. The issue that I reported this morning has been escalated from just our problem, Social Media Vulnerability Apr 26, 2019 “I define vulnerability as uncertainty, risk and emotional exposure…Vulnerability sounds like truth and feels like courage. Truth and courage Reflections on Death Apr 15, 2019 This post is not an attempt to be bleak, or to put a damper on the day. Rather it is a sharing of thoughts that go through my mind on the subject of Stillness in the Air Apr 7, 2019 With the season change has come the corresponding weather change. Living in a tropical climate that means something a little different to the more Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer - Generosity, Reciprocity and Hope Apr 6, 2019 My wife & I went to a wonderfully inspiring and rich talk last night given by Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer in The Green Room, a series of lectures In Transition Mar 30, 2019 Spring has sprung. Even in the tropical climate of Hawaii, it has been noticeable in the last couple of days. The temperature has risen, this was a Frayed Nerves Aug 17, 2018 I am not going to pretend that I can work well when I know that people are around who might call on me at any moment, because I can’t…​ Loud music, Where is the Prison in Your Life? Jun 27, 2018 One of the most rewarding activities that I am involved in right now is a weekly men’s circle that I co-facilitate in Maui Community Correctional
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