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The Slow Movement

Waiting in the In-Between (and Finding the Clues Hidden There)

Once again (or as is often the case), I've heard from quite a few of you sharing that you're experiencing passages of 'standstill', 'stuckness', and/or 'in-betweens'. All of this despite it being a season of busyness and even anxious frenzy... Continue Reading →

Wu Wei: the blasphemy of ‘non doing’

“Industrious people build industry. Lazy people create civilization.” – Kaz Tanahashi Shocking, isn't it? And profound as well. The idea and practice of not doing is truly blasphemous in our do-aholic, workaholic culture. I mean, think 'not doing' and notice... Continue Reading →

On Slowing Down and De-Cloning.

“It is harder than it used to be because everything has become speeded up and overcrowded. So everything that slows us down and forces patience, everything that sets us back into the slow circles of nature, is a help. There... Continue Reading →

Reclaiming the Lost Art of Walking

"Every walker is a guard on the patrol of protecting the ineffable." ~ Rebecca Solnit I walk. A lot. On purpose. Have done for a long time now. When I'm not walking, I'm using public transportation or ride-sharing. That said,... Continue Reading →

Quoteworthy: Making the world safe for …

“I still think the revolution is to make the world safe for poetry, meandering, for the frail and vulnerable, the rare and obscure the impractical and local and small, and I feel that we’ve lost if we don’t practice and... Continue Reading →

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