Zoe and I do not even an own a television anymore, so I get my cooking show addiction by watching shows and/or excerpts on YouTube. The other night I was watching a two part episode of Master Chef where Gordon Ramsey was teaching how to make a tarte tartin, which reminds me of Pampered Chef’sContinue reading “BE OPEN TO LEARN”
Sometimes you have a conversation that takes you back in time. Wednesday night, during the Spiritual Discussion on teaching and teachers, a participant talked to me about all I had taught her since she has met me. It was a truly humbling moment. She said there are times there are not words in my heartContinue reading “YOU NEVER KNOW”
Recently in Why the Chicken Crossed the Road, I was reading this story about a student who wanted to be taught the Iron Shirt Exercises. There are a series of exercises used to allow the body’s natural energy to support its structural strength. Dean Sluyter wrote, “There’s a story in Chinese martial-arts tradition aboutContinue reading “THE LONG HAUL”
This is why I have always loved collecting spiritual quotes. They remind me what is important in life and give me something to think about
Embrace all the feelings. They each have something to teach us along our journey.
Years ago I remember reading or hearing Iyanla Vanzant say we should give thanks for those who get on our last nerve as they have saved us hours of therapy and thousands of dollars in copays. That is not the exact quote, but the point I took from it is that those we findContinue reading “THANKS FOR BEING A PAIN”
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