Archive for the ‘Mindfulness’ Category

An Old Friend

I take a lot of pictures for all sorts of reasons, but one is to force me to be in the moment. I started my journey with photography when I was 13 years old, using a Kodak Instamatic 404. In my teens I progressed to a Miranda Sensorex, producing images for three high school yearbooks, […]

Something To Help Me Slow Down

I was looking for something to store my headphones in or on and was not successful in my search for quite some time. I either did not like the look or did not want to spend as much on a stand as I had on the headphones. I am also difficult to buy presents for, […]

The Look of Joy

I do not know a whole lot about Cosmology, other than its focus is understanding the Universe. The purpose of this post is not about the Universe or more specifically, Cosmic Inflation or gravitational waves. It is about surprise, elation, and validation. It is also about passion expressed by people who usually are thought of […]


What did the sky look like today? I have asked this question many times when first working with groups of people who are trying to reduce their reaction to negative stress. Almost universally I get a blank stare, unless all hell is breaking loose, with sirens going off and various things falling to the ground. […]


Mindfulness is the next great thing — that has been developing for thousands of years. Unless you have been living under a rock, you have at least heard about Mindfulness, if not read an article about it, or, participated in Mindfulness instruction and practices. Since this is such an interesting and vibrant area, I am […]