Tag Archives: yoga

What’s Your Problem?

The other day I listened to Jonathan Fields’ interview with Mark Manson (author of The Fine Art of not Giving a Fuck) on Jonathan’s (extraordinary! inspiring!) podcast Good Life Project. The title of the episode is “Mark Manson: On Pain, Possibility, … Continue reading

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I’m an F’ing Superhero

C’mon, you’ve even entertained the idea as an adult: If you could have a superpower, what would it be? I eavesdropped as my children, when they were younger, discussed their superpower desires with friends; usually, the answers were “flying,” “reading people’s … Continue reading

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My One Year Anniversary with Ashtanga

On January 27, 2016, I finally got my ass into a Mysore-style class with a real authorized Ashtanga yoga teacher. I knew right then and there that something way different was at work, although I couldn’t have explained it at … Continue reading

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Online Dating Websites: Superstores of Love

Online dating is very much the norm these days. “Where else can we meet people?” the singles complain. “I’m not into the bar scene, so I guess Match.com is the way to go…” I understand. To be honest, if a … Continue reading

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A Good Teacher is Hard to Find

If I have a goal in life, it’s to keep growing up. As I get older, I am becoming more aware of my immaturities, and I wouldn’t be building this awareness if I didn’t keep myself in the role of … Continue reading

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It’s a Beautiful Morning with Kanye West

I’m of the mind that once artists release their work, it doesn’t really belong to them anymore. The public gets to interact with it, criticize it, love it, hate it, own it. So I feel like I own Marc Chagall. And … Continue reading

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Finding Your People

My son is in the last part of his senior year of high school. It’s been a tough ride for him, as it was for me, as it was for many of us. It’s my observation that those kids who … Continue reading

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