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This year (at the end of the year) I will be turning 50. Wow! Half of a century. Of course, my perspective on what 50 is now sure doesn’t line up with what I thought it would look like when I was 25 or 30 or 35 or even 40. I’ve been thinking of fifty for awhile but...read more
Aesop once told the story of a crow, half-dead from thirst, who came upon a vase with just a little water in the bottom. Try as he might, the crow could not reach the water with his short beak. At the moment he was ready to give up in despair, he had an idea. He...read more
When there is pain or discomfort in your back, when you stray mentally or emotionally in your yoga practice, it is a perfect time to come back to your center – literally. Coming back to center in your practice both metaphorically and physically can help us find...read more