A Weekly Column on Being Human by Wellness Specialist Elizabeth Clayton
Staying grounded when our transformations are humble and grounded when they are big
This mind twister by Daoist philosopher Zhuangzi makes you question if our perceptions are always truly reflective of what is real.
A poem by Mary Oliver turns answers the mind's worry with the body's wisdom
“I have lived a long life and had many troubles, most of which never happened.”
Managing our vulnerable reward pathways in an age of abundance our brain is not designed for
Is there a more complicated and conflicted relationship than the one we have with our bodies? And that’s just on the conscious level! Who knows what is going on in our subconscious.
I was once involved with a person who would receive bad news with a sort of half-smile. It’s hard to put into words what that expression seemed to mean.
I’ve been taken in by many a fruit fly hack. None of them work. Not the dish of water with a drop of dish soap and vinegar. Not the...
Have you ever allowed something to slip away by degrees, having made no formal decision whatsoever to bring this piece of your life to an end?
There’s a line from The Dubliners, a collection of 15 short stories by James Joyce, that gets batted around frequently, leading me to believe it touches a nerve:
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