Deb Dana has provided many ways to access the thoughts and actions of change, growth and the fun of becoming stewards of strength. Here is a link to a conversation she holds on: https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-d&q=deb+dana+youtube#fpstate=ive&vld=cid:c4cf5d93,vid:V-naiAdVMzk
As a companion to learning French, my friend Wendy, has taken the time to read this book through with me on Zoom. Coincidently, the highlight is found in valuing friendships – to care for ourselves and others and finding value there, and in so doing taming the heart of loneliness.
Home There is a resting place, a starting place that you can always return to. You can always bring your mind back home and rest right here, right now, in present, unbiased awareness. Excerpted from: Pema Chödrön’s Compassion Cards: Teachings for Awakening the Heart in Everyday Life by Pema Chödrön,
Beatrice Bing – Hated (aka rendered invisible) while alive, now, celebrated. The incredulous proliferation of ingrained prejudice means we all miss the boat – great that people can float in gravity.