A successful nesting by our eastern Bluebirds, long may they soar through our air and hearts.
In the Northeast, this extended wet and cold spring weather is very challenging for the birds at a very critical time.
In bragging with a friend and fellow gardener, I shared that my tomato plants did great this year, that many are still flowering like it was august.
She then gave me this great gardening advice…
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During the course of a 90 minute Yoga class about 27 billion of your cells will perish, and around the same amound will be regenerated… And what are the raw materials for these new cells?
I’ve seen much forcing in postures, the ‘ideal’ of a posture pushed like a cookie-cutter onto an unready body.
These kind of classes foster competitiveness, and echo much of our modern culture, which values appearence over substance
Mother Teresa’s charities in Calcutta are as real as it gets. Words could never do justice to what I witnessed there. She was so simple, yet so effective… and her legacy of compassion lives on. The least we can do is try to follow her advice given here. We’ll forget, we can remember. A steady practice is all in the returning to it. -j
A must-see video of a middle school choir singing Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu… The mantra I share with you at the end of each Yoga Class means: “May all beings – in all places – be happy and free.
When our heart truly opens, we don’t choose the direction it takes us. In honor of Valentines Day, I wanted to share this story of a special couple.
Smoothing out, and honoring the transitions between postures tells ourselves at many levels, that in-between is a valid state, a way to be. We don’t have to know everything. We don’t have to do everything. Flowing into postures can helps us get to where things seem to fit.