I actually had a perfect title float into my head in the wee hours of the morning, but it got lost in a dream. It spoke to the gratitude of the season without being maudlin or cutesy. It was so good it almost made me get out of bed, turn on lights, put on glasses and find pad and pen. But I didn’t. And now it’s gone…poof!
There’s this phrase that’s been a mantra of mine for many years now: Don’t forget to remember that you know what you know. What does that mean, exactly, and how do you do it? It means getting quiet and paying attention. It means following the impulse to turn right rather than left and missing an […]
I am decidedly a hibernator in winter. I could go to sleep soon after it gets dark, and am happy to wake early with the light. I hunker down under cozy blankets and drink cups and cups of tea to warm my body and soothe my soul.
And I find that there are cups of tea, and there are cups of tea.
The brain is a marvelous thing, and I mean that literally. It is a marvel of neurological wiring and capacity that most of the time we’re not even aware of. What might be possible if you made more conscious adaptations?