Welcoming the Gifts of Darkness: Thoughts on the Longest Night of the Year
Scratch the surface of the darkness, and discover new light.
Applied Gratitude 101: Thanks Are for Giving
This year's trip to Yosemite for Thanksgiving left me filled with gratitude for family and friends, and the majesty of our western landscape. Photo by Wes Chester Applied Gratitude 101: Here are just a few ways of giving thanks in the season of gratitude, and celebrating the roles we play for each other in community. Be personal. Make time for
A Recipe for Luck in 2018
It's New Year's Day. The Hoppin' John is on the stove. It's a traditional Southern dish of black-eyes peas, onions, celery and ham. I add carrots and garlic. A humble, earthy dish, that is said to bring the diners good luck and fortune. Each of the black-eyes peas represents a coin. I only eat them this one
Receiving the Gifts of the Season with Dr. Judith Greer Essex
The artist appeals to that part of our being