Check this out from the BBC , or this one from The Guardian, or this from the University of Oxford. Three reputable sources with the same story – the cuts in the United Kingdom have been disastrous — they have … Continue reading How We Can Do It
And since time can move me toward acceptance, but too much time can whiz me right past it, time is not the ‘key’ to acceptance. It is a constant effort which I believe has many facets – not the least of which is play or fun. It turns out, intensity does not lead me to acceptance either. It seems to come in a relaxed but aware state. Continue reading What Is Acceptance, Really?
There is no dignity in looking the other way while someone harms others with the blessing of an organization which claims to serve them. Continue reading Silence – Not Consent
We simply cannot put down ind new roots, find a new basis for living, if we are still attached to something that does not exist anymore. It is like grieving that never ends. We refuse to move on, and as a result we cannot experience all that life has to offer us. Continue reading The Argument To Not Give Up
When we can identify with each other it is a good thing – we are more human to each other and as a result we consider each others needs in addition to our own. But I can’t identify without communication. I can’t guess what your experience is (I mean, I can guess, but I will probably get it very wrong). So tell me what you are feeling, what you are about, what you believe in, what makes you You. Continue reading If It’s Not Me – It’s You
Ultimately, it came down to this: Do I choose to be trapped by my and society’s determinations of what I can and cannot do based on my ability to conform to regimen (which I had come to expect of others as well), or would I rather find some acceptance about my inability to engage in regimen, and in doing so, become open to new ways of continuing my contribution to life? Continue reading From Regimen to Discipline – Journeying to Acceptance (rewrite March 19, 2017)