#OnTheRoadHomeBlog, part five in a Series

#OnTheRoadHomeBlog, part five in a Series

Death and Rebirth My friend Marcia died in March. She was 71. A beautiful woman, friend, accomplished artist, a beautiful soul if ever there was one. Her death seemed so premature, sad, and certainly had me think about my own death—or not want to think about it. Lots...
#OnTheRoadHome, part four in a series

#OnTheRoadHome, part four in a series

Our Fellow Travellers On The Road Home Last night I watched One Track Heart, the documentary of Krishna Das’s spiritual journey with his guru. It brought back a deep feeling memory of what I too experienced back in the early sixties and seventies– the longing...
#OnTheRoadHome Blog, part three in a series

#OnTheRoadHome Blog, part three in a series

Sitting by the Stream in Taos Sitting here in the woods in Taos watching a little mama hummingbird perched in her nest on a branch overlooking a rushing mountain stream, I’m falling in love with Mother Earth for the billionth time. I breathe my way into her and I tell...
#OnTheRoadHome Blog, part two in a series

#OnTheRoadHome Blog, part two in a series

The Road Home Inside Us Just the other day my niece sent me a copy of a little book I had written and illustrated for her as a child. I had no memory of it at all. It was amazing to see pictures I had no recollection of drawing and read a story I had no memory of...
#OnTheRoadHome Blog, the first in a series

#OnTheRoadHome Blog, the first in a series

The Road Home We Walk Together Back in the sixties it seemed like spiritual growth was a solo practice– my meditation, my relationship with the guru, my spiritual experiences that I could save up like money in the bank for my one-way trip to Nirvana. Now in my...

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