THE BLIND AND THE ELEPHANT

There is a Buddhist story I love and would like to share with you this week. It is, as the title suggests, about a group of six blind men and an elephant. Whenever I think about practicing vision, this story reminds me how our vision is shaped by the perspective we are. It limits andContinue reading “THE BLIND AND THE ELEPHANT”

LIVING, FORGIVING AND THE FOUR AGREEMENTS

All this month, I have been thinking about forgiveness. Each week, I have learned something new about myself, something I need to let go of within myself and forgive myself for thinking, feeling, or internalizing. Planning Zoe’s 60th surprise birthday party has brought up a few things I needed to forgive. This week, I haveContinue reading “LIVING, FORGIVING AND THE FOUR AGREEMENTS”