Monthly Archives June 2019

The Joy of Slowing Down

At the end of the evening, just before I go to bed I like to go for a walk.

I love walking around the campground when it’s dark, the stars are out and everyone’s tucked inside. It’s so peaceful as I slowly make my way around the park.

I like doing things slowly.

It feels good.

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Why You’re Probably Not Breathing Correctly

In the Netflix series, Stranger Things, there’s a scene where a couple of kids are whispering to each other and giggling as they point to another kid and say, “Look, he’s a mouth breather.” 

What they are insinuating is that the other kid – the mouth breather – is stupid, dumb – a knuckle dragger.  This is also how Hollywood always portrays dumb characters, with their jaws slack and mouths hanging open. And there may be some truth to it.

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Did We Evolve to be Fragile?

Hundreds of years ago a revered Indian Buddhist Monk was invited to Tibet.

The Tibetans were excited to hear his teachings and learn from a great Buddhist Master, and he did not disappoint. He was wise, and kind – everyone loved him. 

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