So ask yourself, more than once, Is life one long miracle of feeling interspersed with moments of breaking?
Give me a new question
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Nourish: How am I eating lately?
Can you recall a time you felt the strength of a mountain or imagine what thats like?
What would taste good for dinner tonight?
Is there an opportunity to invite repair?
Are you allowed to bring your phone?
So, I can’t help but wonder, how the Mindful Vulgarian is coping these days?
Salmon, a clinical psychologist teaching in the department of psychological and brain sciences at the University of Louisville, asks us: Is anything missing from this picture?
Where can I forgive myself and others right now?
What does all of this have to do with a global pandemic, social distancing, and the disruption of everything?
How does this thought make me feel?
But maybe not scrubbing the grout with a toothbrush kind of work?
Is it that they are born again and we grow old?
Which ones might need a bit more attention, more practice, more cultivation?
Most importantly, what did you feel inside yourself?
To understand one’s motivations (Why do you procrastinate?
What kind of thoughts might be arising?
Or learn to make music with your roommate?
How are you eating lately?
Some feeling of opening to joy?
Whats an effective way to learn new skills?