• Do you want to be right or to love? I’ve had reason recently to visit this idea again. A most powerful idea, beautifully brought to us by Rumi. Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, there is a field. I will meet you there. More than six years ago I wrote about the idea in detail. I’d read a New York Times Modern Love more
  • five books: that connect me to vulnerability I often get asked what books I’m reading. I’m really bad at answering definitely (on most things). In part because my memory is shocking. But also because everything is always “for now”. So, here are five reads I’ve experienced recently that touched me because the author truly went deep into their search or their fear more
  • sunday life: in which i learn the beauty of not being right This week I choose to not be right (and find beauty in a field beyond right and wrong). Ever been stuck in a toxic relationship rut? I mean really stuck. Perhaps it was with a spouse, a partner, or your boss or neighbour.  An issue arises, they react aggressively, you react just as primitively to more
  • people who irritate me “Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.” — Carl Jung I’ve been living and breathing this quote lately. I get irritated very easily. Slow walkers drive me mental. Men who grunt loudly at yoga. Talk-back listeners who get righteous about stuff they know little about…. What’s worse (for more
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