A Weekly Column on Being Human by Wellness Specialist Elizabeth Clayton
Wouldn't that change everything?
Can you see how your life is like a string of pearls you have strung together one-by-one with each action you have taken?
I’ve never understood how we (I’m acting like I’m not the only one) don’t always know what we’re thinking.
Sometimes when I go about trying to be present, I wonder if I might be corrupting -- just a wee bit -- the actual living of my life with all that deliberate, effortful awareness.
You will never meet a person more passionate about ergonomics than Greg Bowden, Northern Light’s Occupational Health ergonomics guru. He doesn’t understand why we all don’t feel that way.
You might remember a story from ten years ago about a yoga and mindfulness program that transformed an inner-city school’s roughest, toughest, most troubled kids.
There’s something about the smokiness of the eggplant paired up with the lemony herby brightness of the salad that feels like this recipe is the perfect bridge between summer and fall.
That’s the name of a little series the New York Times created featuring 6 or 7 things the staff members of their Well Newsletter do every day to hold it together.
There is nothing like the Grand Canyon to make you feel like a speck in time.
“Wherever my gaze may fall, may I see with tenderness and respect.”
- Tibetan teaching
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