Bowing to life’s sorrows

From the book, After the Ecstasy, the Laundry by Jack Kornfield, page xi: "To bow to the fact of our life's sorrows and betrayals is to accept them; and from this deep gesture we discover that all life is workable. As we learn to bow, we discover that the heart holds more freedom and compassion... Continue Reading →

ten things…

...that made me happy today 1. meeting Holly's brand-new baby boy named River 2. reading Grace's birth story, not once, but three times (to make sure I didn't miss anything) 3. stepping in a pile of poop and laughing about it with Mia, who is so good at laughing over life's unfortunate events 4. the... Continue Reading →

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