Monthly Archives: July 2015

Exercise and Self-Knowledge: Dimensions of the Spiritual Path

The year was 1971. We sat in a classroom with desks in straight rows. The high school guidance counselor walked in as a hush fell upon the room. After dumping books and papers on the desk, he went to the … Continue reading

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Anger: A Signal for Change

In the mid 1980’s, I read a novel by May Sarton: Anger. Because her autobiographic work, The Journal of a Solitude, touched me deeply, I hoped her novel exploring expressions of anger would help me sort out my own experience … Continue reading

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Gratitude for Being Sustained

Over the last month, I’ve made weekly trips beyond the suburbs along a bumpy road far from the busy city. While it’s a drive out of my way, it’s a trip I look forward to. I always find something I … Continue reading

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