When you are at your best, you make us come to the paradox that we are insignificant and magnificent, nothing and everything at the same time.
People want to help others. During this time, I’ve been incredibly moved by the generosity of family, friends, neighbors and strangers.
You can either architect 'matter' unconsciously, as most of us do most of the time, or begin to take responsibility for everything, including this virus.
Holidays are especially tricky when family members have seemingly conflicting beliefs. To spend time together, we make compromises.
Now is a moment richly endowed with the sum total of all of the nows entangled in the quantum expanse that is an infinity of now in all space and time.
"Listen," my mother said. "Listen to the sound of the corncrake, a bird of the past. We might never hear it again, this time might be the last."