An American Buddhist in Prescott

An American Buddhist in Prescott

Bet you didn’t know I was an American Buddhist in Prescott, WA. There’s a good reason for that. I’m not. Not yet, anyway. I’m working on it, though. Here’s the story. A couple of months ago, heartsick and frustrated by the state of the world in general and America in...

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What You Think You Know, But Do You?

What You Think You Know, But Do You?

So you think you know a few things. Not a lot of things, like how to perform brain surgery, but a few things you’ve known for years and accepted without question. This week I learned this is sometimes not the case. I’m talking about the Ten Commandments. No, this is...

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Finding Joy

Finding Joy

Finding joy. In my Merriam-Webster Dictionary, joy is located on the page headed by “jounce” (meaning: jolt) and “juice” (meaning: juice). Joy is defined as “a feeling of happiness that comes from success, good fortune, or a sense of well-being” also “a source of...

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It’s a Wrap

It’s a Wrap

About ten minutes ago I happily shouted, “It’s a wrap!” No, I’m not directing a major feature film (more’s the pity). I’ve just finished wrapping up, boxing up and mailing holiday gifts for friends and family who live- -somewhere else. I’m a Christmas Expat, 300 snowy...

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