The challenge of turning to what matters


We often say we want to focus on what matters, to make choices that reflect what is important to us. But it’s tough. The choices are challenging, and it’s not just about giving up what we don’t like or find tedious. It’s choosing between the good. The variety of activities that reflect who we aspire … Read more

On making friends with time


We are so steeped in a mechanical relationship with time that we don’t see it as subjective and organic. Instead, we fight for mastery and control. Yet if time isn’t something done to us, how could we cultivate a healthy knowing? And if time isn’t a foe, what might it be like as a friend? … Read more