Throwing Sand

Sandy ChildAnyone who has been to the beach with a child knows that sand in the air equals sand in the hair. If you have been to the beach with a child, you probably also know that there is no point in trying to control where the sand goes. Might as well enjoy the mess, and enjoy the lingering sand as a memento of a lovely day.

What kind of mess do you enjoy?

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Jedi Fox

fennec foxYoda, I am not. Reincarnated, he wasn’t. Means this that you are not warrior?

When has an animal been your spiritual teacher?

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Please Remove this Label

Please Remove this LabelRemoving a label isn’t as easy as you might think. As often as not some scratchy tag end or sticky residue is left behind. Even when we try to set aside our prejudices, often some bit of unfair assumption remains.

When have you discovered that you had more work to do in removing a label from a person or group of people?

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Hold On

Tiny HandBabies are quite literally built to hold on—their tiny fingers grasp by reflex, before they are even able to consider what it means to have a person that they can cling to.

What is the largest thing that you hold on to?

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Belly Up

RelaxJust imagine it for a moment. Lying sprawled, belly up, with no need to protect or defend or judge any part of yourself. Completely relaxed. Completely at ease. Completely at home.

What helps you to stretch out and feel safe and at ease?

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