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One foot in front of the other


Despite the sweetness of the singing and the arrangements, there is a sadness to the song, too, as it deals with loss and grief.… “Give an Hour plans to step up and offer mental health services to anyone, including young children, affected by these tragic events.” Continue reading

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Tumbling toward Mabon


It’s another beautiful late summer day, and I am emerging from a weekend spent with Bill Mahony, author of Exquisite Love, and my teacher Sara Davidson Flanders, at All That Matters in Wakefield, RI, reflecting on the Nārada Bhakti Sūtras in … Continue reading

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Early


Even though I have a very busy day ahead, with only a handful of weeks left in the semester, with miles to go before I sleep, the proprieties must be observed, most of all the morning walk. It’s school vacation … Continue reading

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Wholehearted Devotion


"Praise Song for a New Day" by Suzzy & Maggie Roach on Zero Church is my inspiration for this morning. http://t.co/5KeS7nyY #iTunes — Richard Hudak (@drwh0) February 18, 2012 If man [sic] cannot pray he is gagged; if he cannot … Continue reading

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Announcing Your Place in the Family of Things


or, Life Imitates Art (Again) This morning was “Poetry Sunday” at my church, and this is an expanded version of how I led my contribution to the service, a recitation of some poems I had written last year, which you … Continue reading

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Sleepless, Night Traveling, and Tejas in the Tamas


listening to "Marconi Union – Sleepless" – Second night in a row. What’s up with that? http://t.co/fFQRmONB — Richard Hudak (@drwh0) December 31, 2011 Tonight, for the second night in a row, I am uncharacteristically sleepless. I don’t know what’s … Continue reading

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Bright Solstice Blessings!


Since I was a Boy Scout staring at the night sky, I have been interested in things astronomical. I have been listening to EarthSky for many years, initially on WUMB-FM, but now on podcast. I import its feed into my … Continue reading

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Dhanteras—Diwali


  Last night I cast a glance over at the local India market and wondered when they would be putting out the little clay lamps to be filled with ghee for Diwali. So, too, this morning, as I started out … Continue reading

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Yoga’s ability to improve mood and lessen anxiety is linked to increased levels of a critical brain chemical, research finds


  What some have intuited, and clinicians surely recommend, is now suggested by a study in a peer-reviewed journal. ScienceDaily (Nov. 12, 2010) — Yoga has a greater positive effect on a person’s mood and anxiety level than walking and … Continue reading

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Another Autumn


Another autumn has arrived, and I have scarcely noticed. I did not note its arrival for my Friday classes and I am remiss. Like Olga Rasmussen, to whom I have turned this morning for inspiration, I have been so caught … Continue reading

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