I love to light up my brain. A simple breathing exercise and a mantra let me do it anywhere, anytime. What’s really great is that I get relaxed at the same time. Sound like opposites? Energized but relaxed?
For nearly a week, power was out in lower Manhattan, one of the densest, most cosmopolitan areas on earth. How did residents cope? Well, a lot of things were ugly. There were several forced hospital evacuations.
""I never could connect with poetry," Jan said. "I'm a math teacher!" She was sitting on my living room couch surrounded by piles of poetry books. On the coffee table was a stack of cards, each with a different poem on it.
9 Love Lessons From Jane AustenHuffington PostDuring my time as Writer in Residence at the House Museum of my great, great, great, great, great aunt Jane Austen (in Chawton, England), I sometimes masqueraded as a steward so I could chat with...
If someone asked you to describe your life, as it is right now, what’s the first thing you’d say? “It’s OK, it’s average, not bad, good, terrible?” A few years ago I asked myself this same question; I was shocked by the answer that came back.
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