Musing: Waiting

Paolo Belcastro in his newsletter Morfternight posted recently about waiting, asking “How much of our life do we spend waiting for something?” This is his

Day 13 / Write 28 Days: Noticing

As I mentioned on Day 6, I’m again taking Sharon Salzberg’s Real Happiness Challenge, a 28-day series of brief teachings and guided meditations. This week, the meditations

Day 7 / Write 28 Days: Noticing

I just finished reading the very short (50 slender pages) An Attempt at Exhausting a Place in Paris (1975) by Georges Perec, trans. and with

Day 5 / Write 28 Days: Noticing

Given This spacious white desk is my own open sky. It floats unbothered, full of suppression and snow, a moonless still swathe for the static

In a Vase on Monday: Forgetting Why, Remember How

My second “In A Vase on Monday” entry, an unexpected gift of daffodils from a friend visiting for elixirs and snacks on a chilly afternoon

The density of every day

Today walking around the lake, we had stopped, searching for the cause of raucous & ongoing avian alarm calls — by crows, mourning doves, others

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