Tag Archives: Richard Whittaker

How Many Holy Moments?

by Richard Whittaker [Here’s one of the stunning stories shared by Rachel Naomi Remen in a recent circle.] This story is about a guy who runs a large emergency room in San Francisco. Emergency room doctors are not soft and mushy. … Continue reading

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The Earth Ethic Way

by John Thunder Malloy (Nov 20, 2014) What are some of the things you got from your involvement with Native Americans that have helped you?  Well, number one, the Earth ethic. Indigenous people believe that all life is sacred. That’s what we … Continue reading

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Heartabled: Stop, Refresh, Relax, Refocus.

–by Grace Dammann (Jan 03, 2014) Pavi Mehta:  One of the things, just listening to you—the standards that you set for your life and the way you live are, for most of us, they’re hard to fathom. When you were describing yourself … Continue reading

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