Today I taught Sunday School for the elementary students at our spiritual center. We are participating in an international program called “The Gandi-King Season of Nonviolence: Nonviolent Responses to Terror & Injustice,” which runs from Monday, January 30 – Tuesday, April 4, 2017. The idea is to study the teachers of these two great moral teachers … More Only When It Is Dark Enough Can You See the Stars
So how did you spend your Inauguration day? Although my latest posts described a number of options we had here in the Triangle for marking the day, I didn’t go to any of those. I had my own special type of celebration. My son had invited a number of his friends from homeschooling to our … More The Kids Are All Right
Happy Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. day! I love this holiday, not only because it is a day honoring a man of peace, justice, and spirit, but because we haven’t managed to turn it into a day of spending, eating, and drinking. Instead, it is a day of service and of reflection. As I mentioned … More Dr. King’s Blueprint for Life
If you could get coaching from anyone in the world about how to create joy in our current stress-filled world, who would you choose?
I’ll give you a moment to think about it….
… More The Book of Joy