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WELCOME BACK, LAURYN! http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=128149135 Listen to the additional interview clips, especially about her creative process! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4n1ECbaZLs
Leaning towards Life* Bowing towards the Sun This Sun My Heart Almost a week into the initiation of the Year to Live praktis from last Sunday’s Day of Out of Time activation/commitment. I’ve taken liberties to adjust the praktis to … Continue reading
Finding Our Lotus Praktis …a lil’ poem about the “it’s all good” gatha we’ve always remembered.
Couch Talk 3 from levinetalks.com MEDICINE POETRY turning words: words and expressions that turn us back into grace by speak our pains and truths (from Couch Talk 3 from levinetalks.com) -poetry as feeling, guided by turning words, healing words -write … Continue reading
EmergentCulture Evolving language means evolving culture, which means novel behavior. – – – - Makes me think about how we must become the “language” we wish to see in the world. How close or how far am I from the … Continue reading
Passed by Controversial Bookstore and got the two paperback books of A Year to Live today! Yiiiippppppeeeeee! Gratitude to Tara(*)Grace for offering the books — sneakily! She’s sweet ‘n sour I told her today, with her sneaky generosity. I went … Continue reading
metta translated into baybayin here 7.17.2010
HAPPINESS is to love full-heartedly, (((wildly)))… ~a quote from the auspicious path