Storytime: Finding The Nameless Horse

Storytime: Finding The Nameless Horse

Tale of Dao The Prince of China told Po Lo: “Many years weigh on your shoulders. Is there anyone else in your family who can replace you to choose my horses from now on? ” Po replied, “The good horse is seen by its face and posture. But the magic horse –...
Soulmates, No-Shows, Puzzles + The Purpose of Relationships

Soulmates, No-Shows, Puzzles + The Purpose of Relationships

And maybe I loved you in another life where we slipped like dust through fingers and blue sapphires fell from our eyes to hold in palms and make an ocean so that we come back to each other like waves at fold of time and life again maybe or maybe not I don’t know...
Mysticism and Poetry + Necklace of Indra

Mysticism and Poetry + Necklace of Indra

it’s a moonhold. the waning is always held by the waxing Moonhold Poetry is art. It is the art of using imagery to inspire a universe of feelings within, which draw a response from our psyche. Poetry dares us to think and to question – going inside of ourselves...
Love Letter: When The Worlds Kiss

Love Letter: When The Worlds Kiss

Dear Miracle, Yes, you! The Christmas season is here and regardless of religion or spiritual belief, this is a sacred time when we celebrate the biggest miracle of all; the birth of a child, the birth of love. And we are all miracles. It is through our childlike eyes...
The Necessity of Limits & Being Grateful for Them

The Necessity of Limits & Being Grateful for Them

“[Our] human and earthly limits, properly understood, are not confinements but rather inducements to formal elaboration and elegance, to fullness of relationship and meaning. Perhaps our most serious cultural loss in recent centuries is the knowledge that some...
Love & Prayer

Love & Prayer

“Palm to palm is holy palmers’ kiss.” ~ Romeo & Juliet, William Shakespeare Love is sacred and powerful. Like prayer. Both require strong faith and trust into which we surrender. There is incredible power to this kind of devotion; of a deeply...