I’m pretty sure I killed it.
Of course, it wasn’t intentional.
I remember hearing an expletive (and I was alone in the car, so it must have been me) when I watched it in the rearview...
July 8, 2013 by Julie Ann Luoma Under douglas, julie, minfully, mourning, shift Posted in PONDERING | Comments Off on Shift: Mourning Mindfully
I have a new guy in my life. His name is Dusty. He’s from Texas. We met, of all places, in a second-hand store.
I must have gasped when I saw him. The woman standing next to me put...
May 2, 2013 by Julie Ann Luoma Under dusty, Julie Ann Luoma, one woman's treasure, shift Posted in PONDERING | Comments Off on Shift: One Woman’s Treasure
As my fifth decade begins to wind down, I am still amazed at how significant this time of my life has been and continues to be. In my thirties, I thought I knew all about life. I was...
November 16, 2011 by Daryl Wood Under 50, age, daryl wood, life, shift, wisdom Posted in PONDERING | Comments Off on The Best Years of My Life
Humans are very social beings. For thousands of years they have lived cooperatively in groups. Granted, part of this behaviour was simply for survival; but it is also very natural for...
December 8, 2010 by Dirk Becker Under capitalism, co-operation, community, culture, dirk becker, relationship, shift, village Posted in FEATURE | Comments Off on Looking Back to Move Forward
What drives us, or “what makes us tick”, is an ancient question asked by philosophers, religious scholars, mystics and the curious for time immemorial. The time and space necessary...
August 18, 2010 by Dirk Becker Under change, conditioning, conscious, culture, economic, ego, nature, nurture, shift, solution Posted in FEATURE, MINDFUL LIVING | Comments Off on What Makes Us Tick?
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