Adult Development

Living Arts Weekly: Glass Houses

March 13, 2022 This week’s blog post comes from author and early childhood educator, Judy Frizlen: When I was a child, we used to say, “People who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones”. It’s a catchy reminder that when we call attention to others’ flaws, they may point out ours. Not to forget, we all …

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Living Arts Weekly: Twelve Points of View

January 9, 2022 Do you, like me, experience this time in midwinter as being sort of a time-out-of-time?  Particularly if you have been celebrating sacred festivals, spending time with family, perhaps having more candlelight than usual, eating special foods, snuggling up together to watch a favorite movie, telling and reading stories, reaching out more to …

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Living Arts Weekly: Serendipity

September 26, 2021 Today’s blog post was written by Cynthia Aldinger, LifeWays’ Founder and Executive Director: There we were in the Las Vegas airport with a two-hour wait for our next flight.  Heads down, hearts in mourning, we were on our way for our final farewell to the earthly life of my father.  Just the …

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Living Arts Weekly: Edges

August 22, 2021 Today’s guest blog post is from LifeWays Training graduate Erin Houlihan, director of Violet Glen School in the Woods, in East Troy, WI: I got to watch my daughters jump from a cliff this summer.  There are selective things in life I hope for them to experience.  Physically jumping from the edge …

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Living Arts Weekly: Stories

July 4, 2021 We have to create miracles. A miracle is not the intercession of an external divine agency in violation of the laws of physics. A miracle is simply something that is impossible from an old story but possible from within a new one. It is an expansion of what is possible. — Charles Eisenstein …

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