Month: April 2018

Living Arts Weekly: Opening

April 29, 2018 We are the opening verse of the opening page of the chapter of endless possibilities.  – Rudyard Kipling o·pen·ing ˈōp(ə)niNG/ “an act or instance of beginning” As I write this, my mind is more focused on “ending,” such as, “Will this winter ever end??”  I am stranded in New York City as …

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Living Arts Weekly: Being

April 22, 2018 Are you a human being or a human doing?   As a hobby beekeeper, I continue to learn a great number of lessons from the humble honeybee, the most profound being, well, “bee-ing.”  Spending time observing the bee go about her work, so simply and selflessly, yet with a sophisticated consciousness humans …

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Living Arts Weekly: Awakening

April 15, 2018 April hath put a spirit of youth in everything. —William Shakespeare Our Kimberton LifeWays students celebrated their commencement from the LifeWays Early Childhood Training a few weeks ago, and the spring peepers were out in full force during their final week of class! These tiny frogs awaken from their winter slumber when …

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Living Arts Weekly: Blooming

April 8, 2018 Why should I be unhappy? Every parcel of my being is in full bloom. – Rumi The flowers of Spring, from the humble dandelion to the stately tulip, showcase the full array of gorgeous colors in nature. Most of us have a favorite flower — one that really makes our heart sing.  …

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