By Laura Silver
My cousin and I are both perpetually busy people: I’ve been known to zip between three or four cultural events i...
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For me, doing inner work in a Jewish community setting is truly another coming home, a return -- a teshuvah -- so appropriate at this season of our turning.
A Zen Master and a Kabbalist walk beside a lake. The roshi turns to the rabbi and says, “You know, the Japanese always leave without saying goodbye....
The real problem with people who say they don't have time to meditate is that they have not come to see its value.
The desire to control others in order to create a "perfect" environment that nurtures our sensitivities is a calling card of spiritual narcissism. True spirituality takes place in the holy messiness of the world
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