(July, 2014) Alan Watts tells “The Story of the Chinese Farmer." Grounded in the idea that reality is neither good nor bad, the Story of the Chinese Farmer reminds us that we have a powerful opportunity in how we choose to perceive the world.
Reflecting on this powerful parable, Heather Lanier shares how her relationship with what many would view as “bad” circumstances was transformed by her willingness to shift perception, releasing judgment and embracing the fluidity of reality.
At first glance, when seeing the village where Siyabonga lives, it is easy to assume…
(July, 2020) Woodturner John Furniss — who goes by “The Blind Woodsman” — shares his…
Br. David Steindl-Rast explores the timeless themes of mysticism, joy, anxiety, aliveness, death, and of…
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