What Would You Do for Your Bored Rhinoceros?
Because no species is prepared to deal with an absence of environmental unpredictability
Help for the overstimulated
The Joy of Spring
Modern living causes us to overlook the obvious. Here’s how not to let that happ…
Book Review: The Grace in Aging
The Grace in AgingAwaken as You Grow OlderBy Kathleen Dowling SinghWisdom Public…
Writer Jane Ganahl wonders: How do you know when you’ve crossed the line from activist—to fanatic?
Film Review: Sweet Dreams
Sweet DreamsDirected by Rob and Lisa FruchtmanForget what you think you know abo…
A Match Made In Heaven?
Writer Jane Ganahl asks: Where is the search for our “soul mate” taking us?…
Plastic Surgery: Six things I learned about this emotionally loaded, spiritually conflicted choice
My friend Wendy has always been the envy of our group of women friends. Willo…
Finding a Green Life, Behind Bars
At San Quentin State Prison, environmental outreach is based on the principle that nothing should be carelessly thrown away—especially a human life.
A Purr for Help: How A Rescued Cat Opened My Heart
Nearly broke and pessimistic about the world, journalist Jane Ganahl heart and m…
Conscious Love: Online Dating for the Spiritually Minded
Writer Jane Ganahl dips her toes into the pool of "conscious singles" looking for love online.