Journaling

When Enough Could Be Enough

Endings are painful. But maybe enough is enough.

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“Bird Landing on My Head”

Maybe there are little miracles around us daily - if we choose to see.

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Karma and Hatred

Morally, Spiritually, Ethically, Righteously, Honestly- none of us have the right to take away someone else’s life. And if you’re at the point in your life like I am, where you wonder if there is more to life than what you just see - it’s literally bad karma to kill.

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Learning to Love Thyself

Over the last decade- my relationship with my mother has become very difficult.  And with the realization that our relationship is very difficult, complicated, and now strained, it started to make sense why things seemed so awkward growing up, or maybe why I did things growing up that I didn’t imagine a normal kid or...

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End of Life Experiences

Perhaps Dying and Death is not what we think it is. I found my conversation with Dr. Christopher Kerr, MD PhD, this week so interesting- the fact that the majority of people who are dying are having end of life experiences which could be life-affirming, self-healing, comforting, insightful, and therapeutic.⁠⁠ Perhaps we as physicians don’t...

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The Badass that Cares

I have a fascination with female badasses that care. In life or in spirit.⁠⁠I recently learned about Guanyin or Kuan yin or Guan yim, who is the Buddhist bodhisattva associated with compassion.  Yes- I may be slow on the uptake, but I am thankful I started to wonder about her midlife, then never having known....

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Calling in the Calling Out Culture

The process of Calling-out in our culture today can be dehumanizing. I found Professor Loretta Ross so inspiring because she speaks so honestly about how derisive calling-out is, and brings up a more productive and humane approach to correct the wrongs.⁠⁠Let’s be real. Who hasn’t made a mistake? And I think the word mistake should be...

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Our Path of Awakening

One’s path of awakening, such as being aware of the state of your mind, being aware of how you feel, being aware of your inner peace, does often feel like an uphill battle. But if you think about it, it’s the process of digging and building. Nothing worthwhile is built in a couple of hours...

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