Category Archives: Becoming Ourselves

Travelling Home to Myself

We’ve just returned from 7 weeks of travel in Europe. I am glad to be home despite how wonderful the trip was. As always, travel provides great benefit because it takes you away from the norm, challenges your beliefs and … Continue reading

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How Hard it is to Meditate

Learning to meditate is truly tough – in large part because of our expectations about what it is and the consequent lack of success in doing it. These expectations are born due primarily to what little we know about meditation, … Continue reading

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Suffering?

I am reading a great book called Sailing Home: Using the Wisdom of Homer’s Odyssey to  Negotiate Life’s Perils and Pitfalls. It is by Norman Fischer a Zen Buddhist teacher and monk, who grew up Jewish. It is a thought … Continue reading

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Becoming Who We Are

I’ve just started what looks to be an interesting, nurturing, soulful book, Sailing Home: Using the Wisdom of Homer’s Odyssey to Navigate Life’s Perils and Pitfalls written by Norman Fischer. Toward the end of the introduction he has this to … Continue reading

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Gone to be Lovely

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