Tag Archives: grief

How Can You Forgive Yourself? (The answer is not meditation)

A dear friend of mine spent the morning grieving the loss of her father. He died 17 years ago, and she hasn’t yet forgiven herself for not having that one big conversation with him before he passed. She said that … Continue reading

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Every Nine Minutes 

It is a musical moment of pure magic, as I stir from my sleep  roused from my dreams by the sounding of the alarm, still snuggled up in a ball of warmth and hopeful contentment. The promise of a new … Continue reading

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Skip, Joyfully

When was the last time you did something for the pure joy of it? With no goal in mind? With no other intention?  This morning in the yoga studio, the teacher asked us to remember how it felt to ride … Continue reading

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Grief never really ever goes away. It simply changes shape from day to day. It lives there in the center of your chest  And waits to be expelled with every breath A cloud of mist that hangs over your head … Continue reading

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