Entries tagged with “Reading”
Reading—it’s one of the first things we do in life, sitting on our loved ones’ laps and enjoying the soothing voice of a parent explaining the world through pictures and words. What begins as a jumble of marks, black against white, conjures colors, monsters and beasts, emotions, laughter, and tears. Eventually, the process of changing squiggles into words becomes as natural to us as breathing—and just as necessary.
“Life is wild and nothing is permanent. Now deal with it.”
There is perhaps nothing that so fundamentally realigns your understanding of another person as to see and hear them engaged with the Holy ...
Join Zen practitioner and S&H columnist Geri Larkin on a guided reading of three essential spiritual texts. For June: A Path With Heart by Jack Kornfield
Our favorite book picks by the S&H Staff The Open Mind by Dawna MarkovaThe Open Mind taught me that an important discussion with my husband would yield better results if we talked…
New studies find that getting lost in a good novel actually makes us more empathetic in real life.
Spiritual reading is just one way to engage deeper with wisdom and wonder.
Which is your best learning mode?
I was sitting with a yoga teacher friend the other day, and he was having one of those freak-out moments we all have from time to time. You know the one: “I’m not good enough, I do…