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Seventy-Two Hour Silence By Emily Fan Silence, as a noun, means the complete absence of sound. Thinking back, I have rarely been put into silence.
The Art of Slowing Down in a Museum Most people who attend a museum want to leisurely explore and savor the art on exhibit. But in this article, Stephanie Rosenbloom reports that researchers have discovered that the average visitor sp…
Feeling Fully Alive Psychological Wisdom Children are messengers from a world we once deeply knew, but have long since forgotten. — Alice Miller in Full Esteem Ahead by Diane and Julia Loomans Cultural Wisdom …
Zeera and Kichri in the Digital Age By Ayla Schultz, for KidSpirit's Speed of Now issue. I settle down for dinner with my family. Pots of steaming and fragrant dahl, rotis, chicken, and pale brown rice sit at the center of the …
Ankles and Wobbling I remember with pleasure striding down the street as a young man filled with energy and nothing on my mind except reaching the place I was going to with speed and graceful movement. In New York City…
Slowing Down to Walk Contemplatively I have always been amazed at how much more I notice when I slow down. A street that I have driven down looks so different by bike, and even more detail emerges when I am walking. Walking meditativel…
Falling Out and Falling In Lindsay McLaughlin lives at Rolling Ridge Study Retreat, an intergenerational community living on and with 1400 acres of forest and streams on a small mountain foothill of the Blue Ridge in West Vir…