Archive for March 2015

The Mystery of Life Being Lived

The Mystery of Life Being Lived

A note from Carl: Greetings! A little Rilke to begin: And yet, though we strain against the deadening grip of daily necessity. I sense there is mystery: All life is being lived. -Rilke I appreciate how easily the emergence of spring can interrupt the deadening grip of daily necessity and illuminate the mystery of life…

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Blossoming Abounds: A Springtime Ritual

A note from Erin: Spring has sprung in our neighborhood. I am in delighted awe! So much is also blossoming in the inner world… I’m excited to share a bit of it with you. As Mary Oliver wrote, “Glory to the world, that good teacher.” Oh yeah! I recently rediscovered a poem by that wise…

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A Will to Wonder

A note from Carl: This morning I am reflecting on a line that Mark Nepo quotes in his wonderful book, 7000 Ways To Listen: Staying Close to What is Sacred. The quote from Abraham Heschel: “We will not perish for want of information: but only for want of appreciation…what we lack is not a will…

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