Painting, women's rest room, Nepenthe, Big Sur I've lived in a world of not good enough mothers imperfect bad mothers But the mother is a child too she is a child I will stop waiting for you to be the perfect mother I will be patient with you. I will be tender I will be the . . .
I saw a documentary the other day on the PBS art nun, Sister Wendy, and can't stop thinking about what she said. I think I am an inadequate woman lacking in many things that make a full and beautiful character. But it doesn't matter because that's who I am and that's the self I have to give to . . .
I don't know why we have so much trouble with this. It seems such a plain and simple concept. The world would be such a better place if we could believe it and live it. It's hard to believe that so much cruelty violence harm judgment is done in the name of "love." It's time we . . .
You can try to escape the story of your life But you can’t It happened The baby died The dog died A heart broke I knew you when you were young I know your heart broke too I will know you when we are both old And maybe wise I hope wise I know you now Your story Mine . . .
Beautiful, isn't it? If you've got a favorite blessing, I'd like to hear it. . . .
More than 2,000 years ago, a baby was born in Bethlehem. Maybe in a manger surrounded by animals. Maybe he was visited by three wise men bearing gifts. Maybe he was the Son of God. Whether you believe he was the Son of God, a wise teacher or just a good man that birth was a miraculous . . .
You are loved and cherished, dearly, forever. You have nothing to fear. There is nothing you can do wrong. Neurosurgeon Even Alexander, M.D. contracted a rare form of brain-destroying meningitis in 2008, a disease that few survived and those who did were left in vegetative state. He lay in a . . .
If we could see the miracle of a single flower clearly, our whole life would change. -Buddha . . .
My first reaction I am watching someonespin outact outin the toxicity of anger and take along innocent victimsat the threshold of their lives.I know all too wellthe root is buried painlayers of avoidancecreated crazy-with-anger thinkingnot rationalnot helpful not adultI'm sadfirst for the . . .
The Buddha was very wise, and especially so about handling anger.I love this: "holding on to anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die." Something to think about.It's just common sense, isn't it? Anger is toxic. So why do we hold on to anger?Why is it sometimes so hard for . . .