Entries tagged with “Joy”
We quit things we love because we believe ourselves unworthy.
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Shannon Kaiser thought she was traveling the world to check off items on her bucket list, but what she found was a sense of belonging.
Musings on Buddhism’s ‘Sympathetic Joy’, FOMO and the Global Climate Crisis I have a confession to make: I am in recovery from FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out). I became acutely aware o…
An interview with Jaqueline Suskin, author, poet, and healer.
A few years ago I became an adopted grandma and had a five year old living in my house for awhile. I have to admit that seeing the world through the eyes of a five year old is an e…
I’m sitting, watching Parker perform her first dance masterpiece. Its baseline is a collection of moves from her gymnastics class. She has layered on top of these most of the compo…
Gretchen Rubin's new book provides a different path to decluttering.
“Ask yourself: What in your religious and spiritual life brings you joy?”
Enjoy Every Sandwich: Living Each Day as If It Were Your LastBy Lee LipsenthalCrown Archetype“We all die. This is the nature of life. At some point, life ends, but this book i…
One thing I have learned in my weekly men's group is how fragile we are. Lawyer, felon, editor-in-chief, our lives go up and down. We are healthy and not, wealthy and not. Yet we s…
If you’re feeling stressed or overwhelmed, don’t cut yourself off from other people, says Kelly McGonigal. Instead, double down on your capacity for connection.
S&H Staff Writer Julie Peters and author Davina Kotulski talk about how tapping into your inner courage, joy, and truth will transform you into the person you were meant to be.
Rabbi Rami speaks with our January/February cover subject, Kelly McGonigal, Ph.D.
How a retreat leads to increasingly positive thoughts
Consider one way you could bring a little bit more pleasure into your day.
Simple Ways Toward the SacredBy Gunilla Norris“God” is only a word that we use, thinking we know what it means, according to Gunilla Norris, a much-esteemed writer, meditation teac…
If you are triggered by the prospect of decluttering, here are three gentler ways to ponder it.
Is there something sacred about the flavor I have in mind to make my lentils or vegetables taste that way?
Discovering your strengths and passion.