This summer has been the fourth hottest summer ever. Everyone is aware of this. But people I see walking in the street behave as if they are in denial. Now before I start on this diatribe I have to confess that I grew up in Florida. And while I do have an olive complexion, … Continue reading I don’t want to be your mother but..
When I was in my mid-forties, and as I remember it in the midst of a small mid-life crisis, I began to study with a Mayan Elder in Guatemala. Over 10 years, I visited when he traveled to the States, but more often I went to Guatemala or Honduras to take spiritual walks with him. … Continue reading Finding the Sacred Earth
I love the long nights of winter. I assumed that it was a response to the promise of longer days coming soon after. And who wouldn’t love those long days when you awaken to the light? I even enjoy the very long days in Alaska in the summer. In the last several weeks, through … Continue reading The Winter’s Aha Moments
Wednesday, July 26, 2017 I find that when I go to a seminar in an idyllic country setting during the summer, I hope and expect that it will be accompanied by weather that allows an array of hiking, kayaking and other outdoor delights. However, being at Omega Institute in Rhinebeck this week has been an … Continue reading A Perfect Day
Growing up summers were filled with pleasures. We would take long trips to see the rest of the family to Arizona or Ohio that defined the highlights of summer vacation. But there was also the day-to-day living with the slowness of the summer and the enjoyment of the outdoors. There were endless times in … Continue reading The Taste of Summer