Who Am I Really

Who Am I Really

Who Am I, Really? By Lee McCormick In the beginning, there was the Light. The Light came from the Source, the Great Mystery, Creator, God: all terms for the World behind the world, the Reality...
Reclaiming the Sacred

Reclaiming the Sacred

A hospice nurse was in the room with my sister when our dad drew his last breath. The nurse, working efficiently, got on the phone and started making arrangements for dad’s body to be removed from home. My sister called me and explained what was happening.
What We Practice - Unhappiness

What We Practice

What We Practice by Lisa Greene We wish we were happy but we practice being unhappy. We wish we were enlightened but we practice being separate and unenlightened. We tend to practice all the things we...

Collaboration: The Key to a Sustainable Future

Collaboration: The Key to a Sustainable Future by Nathan Crane What does sustainability mean to you? I look at sustainability from a wholistic perspective that includes social systems, food systems, communities, education, healthcare, relationships, politics,...

25 Reasons to Commit to a Daily Yoga Practice

25 Reasons to Commit to a Daily Yoga Practice by Lily Russo Having started practicing yoga from a young age, I knew for years that yoga was good for me. Every time I took a...

The Creator

The Creator by Noel Cannon When the artist says, “I am the Creator! I created this work of art” and the work of art says, “I am a work of art, the Creator created me and...

Love in Action: An Empowered Matrix

Love in Action: An Empowered Matrix By Mindy Iris & Leslie Smith We are in strange and challenging times. It seems that just when bonds were deepening and new threads of connection were being formed,...

Finding Our Soul at Standing Rock

Finding Our Soul at Standing Rock by Mark Waller On Dec 5, 2016, ironically the birthday of famed General George Armstrong Custer, an estimated 4,000 US Military Veterans from across this nation would bow their...

Seed Keepers

Seed Keepers by Lee-Ann Hill Seeds are the source of life on earth; they keep us alive. Why save seeds? The answers are varied and often personal, yet there is a shared essence. For some,...

Finding Comfort in Impermanence

Finding Comfort in Impermanence by Erin Easton “Nothing exists in and of itself but depends on a series of causes and conditions, each one interdependent and connected to all others. This interdependence of all things...