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We can look to nature to remind us that everything is impermanent, constantly unfolding, and we can be surprised by everything if we practice keeping our eyes and ears open and really paying attention to the moment we are in. This is the heart of meditation, an eternal springing open of the awareness.
Wolitzer's latest novel “The Interestings” looks at the hope and promise of adolescents singled out as particularly talented or gifted, over forty years of the lives of six who come together at a summer camp for creative kids and whose lives remain intertwined forever.
This week, we share a story from The Pet Rescue Center’s blog. Jan Henry, the director of development for The Pet Rescue Center, writes about the grim reality of our local shelter situation and what can be done to turn things around.
Claire Messud has been writing elegant fiction from the first, but I think this is her very best. Wow.
...At the most minute level we can see that by focusing our attention on negative thoughts about others or ourselves we are creating a sort of karmic response.
I was captured from page one by this lovely narrative. Not only an homage to fatherhood, but an excellent rendering of the long-term effects of childhood trauma. ...
For some, making homemade meals seems daunting. Deciding what to cook, pleasing younger palates and making healthy food choices, all while finding a recipe that isn’t too time intensive but still has great flavor can be overwhelming. With the right pantry essentials, cooking from scratch is easier than you think.
Few of us do not know the iconic photograph “Migrant Mother’ but few of us know the story behind the photo. ...
Animal rescue is life changing and is such a great experience. If you are looking for a great rescue to devote your time to, I would recommend volunteering at The Pet Rescue Center ...