A piece in the Guardian distinguishes between two sides of modern capitalism: the creative, beneficial side (more or less) and the predatory side. Somewhat simple, but also more balanced than ideologues would have it. Understanding capitalism is in some ways … Continue reading →
I was at the Rime Center in Kansas City a couple weekends ago. After a workshop on “entryways into mindfulness with breathing,” I gave a Sunday morning service talk on the supreme incinerator of selfishness — khanti (patient endurance). You … Continue reading →
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The weather service continues to struggle with predicting our climate changed weather. So we have an idea when snow may fall but not how much until its over. Nor do we know when it will warm up enough to melt. … Continue reading →