Lessons from Kahlil Gibran

“I have learned silence from the talkative, toleration form the intolerant, and kindness from the unkind.” – Kahlil Gibran Where do you find your teachings?    

When in Doubt have Faith

“Doubt is a pain too lonely to know that faith is his twin brother” – Kahlil Gibran The Prophet  I’m grateful to have a twin. I believe faith is born from doubt sometimes. When we are in doubt we often reach for something; that something often ends up being faith. Find what you need when you don’t … Continued

Stressed? Vegan cookie dough to the rescue

Some days it’s okay to have vegan cookie dough for dinner, right? :/ Not used to experiencing stress; this refi business is kicking my arse. Trying to be mindful, but oy vey. PS it’s delicious! And right out of the container. Oh! And I added walnuts so that’s good fat! See, it’s practically health food. Thank you … Continued

Let it be

“A thing is complete when you can let it be.” –Gita Bellin Practice I decided to let some things simply be as they are. I notice a subtle, yet palpable, shift in myself as I apply this dharma. Sometimes it is that simple. How do you let things be in your world?

Birthing Time

So happy I decided to take a detour in between appointments today. Instead of ‘killing time’, I decided to be present with time. How do you find moments in your day but actually be with yourself?

Don’t Strike, Caress

Every day is a day to honor everything; women, men, children, animals, nature, all of it. Just be good to everyone, always. Period. We don’t need strikes and this day or that day. We need humanity to live from love, compassion, patience, understanding, respect and kindness. Today, and every day, I dedicate my life to … Continued

Just Like Mom used to Make

I just made Creamy Vegan Tomato and Basil Soup with cashew cream. I could have just gotten a straw and had the cashew cream; it was delicious! I was so inspired by it I then made organic cashew chèvre and it is the most delicious thing I’ve ever tasted. I am literally scooping up the … Continued