Beyond Feeling There is a state of joy that is beyond feeling. There is a feeling of joy, and then there is a Being of joy A Feeling Needs a Feeler They are slightly different In the feeling, you are
We Exist In Different Universes I have found when communicating with other people it is important for me to remember that they exist in their own universe. Of course this means I also live in my own universe. There may
The Freedom to be Free The Closing Circle I was at an event yesterday that concluded with a Group Circle. Usually we sit around the outside of the room and either meditate or chant together. There were approximately 80 people
Turning A Dirty Candy Wrapper Into A Thing Of Great Beauty Kids Form Their Self-Image From Our Reflection Of Them The other day I was talking to my mother about how children learn about themselves and the world by the
Raising Kids Is Like Growing Watermelons Have you ever seen one of those cubed shaped watermelons? The way they make them is to grow the fruit in a cube shaped container. As it grows it is confined to the limitations
Join With Your Kids In What Is Meaningful To Them Teens and Their Music I remember when I was a teenager how important music was to me. In fact most of my peers identified themselves very strongly with the music they
Saying Goodbye To An Old Friend Today I had the good fortune to say goodbye to my car. We have been together for the last 8 years or so. We have a deep affection for each other and have spent
Being a father is more than just having a kid I want to be more I want to be her hero. I want to be magic. I want to be an example of awesomeness. I want to be the foundation
Pain Transformed Into Joy
Suddenly I could breathe.
Suddenly the pain in my ribs disappeared.
Suddenly I could move and roll.
Most of all, what was an uncomfortable
and even painful situation
transformed into one of joy.
Eat your food, there are kids starving in India Today I was chatting with my good friend Zahra, the yoga goddess. (www.yogagoddess.ca) She was asking me about how I respond to the common parenting idea of trying to get your