White people won’t be truly free until #BlackLivesMatter.
I’ve learned so much from the pain I’ve been through.
Here’s what I’m up against: My self-worth is so tied to individual success that part of me blames others for their suffering.
No wonder: Research has shown that the vast majority of our conscious thoughts are repetitive
Capitalism didn’t invent loneliness — but it deepens it.
It’s a myth that meditation turns you into a cold, calculating robot.
“The prison and the police are in our heads and hearts, therefore this system is naturalized in a way that makes it almost impossible for folks to step back and think that it wasn’t always like this. I think we can’t underestimate the fact that we think these institutions keep us secure.”
“Why don’t you slow down and look at it?”
“How am I holding back? What am I waiting for?”
What I’ve been practicing is sometimes called the “two wings” of mindfulness: awareness and compassion.
I’ve been meditating every day for years and I still criticize myself for not being a good meditator.
It doesn’t mean we shouldn’t do something about police brutality.
We like to dramatize life.
For the Trump administration to help front-line workers.
The coronavirus crisis has me feeling all kinds of feelings.
It is said that Baba Yaga, an ancient Russian wise woman, lived in a hut deep in the forest.