A recent disagreement has me pondering two questions: 1) Who am I when someone I love disagrees with me? 2) Who are my loved ones to me when we disagree?
This is a beautiful story from Sharon Salzberg about the power of opening our hearts and being authentic in the course of conducting our work.
I wonder if by constantly looking outward and finding things to fix we’ve become a society that doesn’t know how to look inside and love what we find.
This week I invite you to extend your mindfulness practice from the meditation cushion into your work life with these 5 tools for mindful meetings.
Perhaps the greatest lesson came in seeing my nephew as more than a little boy — in looking past his age and stature — and finding a teacher.
As you prepare to go home for the holidays, welcome yourself home. Open your heart and acknowledge your true feelings.