Monthly Archives: June 2012

NURTURING KINDNESS

The other day my wife Ann, who is a therapist, sent me an interview of a fascinating neuro-scientist called Richard Davidson many of you may already know. The interview was from Krista Tippett’s NPR program ‘On Being’ in which she … Continue reading

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ERUPTIONS OF JOY

Sometimes it feels all too serious. Looking back I find I have spent a big part of my life simply railing against situations that are clearly unjust or unsustainable, while at the same time struggling myself to make ends meet and pay … Continue reading

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WE ARE THE ONES WE’VE BEEN WAITING FOR

We are in between stories – stories of what is going on in the world (meaning) and where we fit in the grand scheme of things (purpose). The old story on which our culture (which shapes how we think and … Continue reading

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SELF CARE

Last week, I said I had been thinking about two things that seem to me to be related: Memorial Day and self care. I spoke about the first in terms of the heroes who are not only those who have … Continue reading

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