Walk slowly by Danna Fauld

Walk slowly by Danna Fauld

It only takes a reminder to breathe, a moment to be still, and just like that, something in me settles, softens, makes space for imperfection. The harsh voice of judgment drops to a whisper and I remember again that life isn’t a relay race; that we will all cross the...
For Warmth by Thich Nhat Hanh

For Warmth by Thich Nhat Hanh

I hold my face in my two hands.No, I am not crying.I hold my face in my two handsto keep the loneliness warm—two hands protecting,two hands nourishing,two hands preventingmy soul from leaving mein...
In Blackwater Woods by Mary Oliver

In Blackwater Woods by Mary Oliver

Look, the trees are turning their own bodies into pillars of light, are giving off the rich fragrance of cinnamon and fulfillment, the long tapers of cattails are bursting and floating away over the blue shoulders of the ponds, and every pond, no matter what its name...
Walking meditation poem by Thich Nhat Hanh

Walking meditation poem by Thich Nhat Hanh

Take my hand.We will walk.We will only walk.We will enjoy our walkwithout thinking of arriving anywhere.Walk peacefully.Walk happily.Our walk is a peace walk.Our walk is a happiness walk.Then we learnthat there is no peace walk;that peace is the walk;that there is no...
Joy for no reason by Danna Faulds

Joy for no reason by Danna Faulds

I am filled with quiet joy for no reason save the fact that I’m alive.  The message I received is clear— there’s no time to lose from loving, no place but here to offer kindness, no day but this to be my true, unfettered self and pass the flame from heart to heart. ...

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