The stories in "The Buddhist on Death Row "moved me to tears and filled me with wonderful insights.
You may want to take notes, as I did, as a reminder to soften and open our hearts.
Jarvis Masters’s gradual but profound transformation from a man dedicated to hurting others to one who has prevented violence on the prison yard, counseled high school kids by mail, and helped prisoners—and even guards—find meaning in their lives.
Along the way, Masters becomes drawn to Read more...
Nanette Stringer - Running 4+ miles almost every single morning. Of all the things I am doing in the pandemic to make this time feel valuable and significant to myself and others, that is the one that feels like my salvation. I feel lucky that at 68 I can still run with no pain; I realize not everyone is that fortunate, and I feel blessed.
Caroline Rose -Half hour of Tai Chi-like and PT-like exercises nearly every morning, swimming 3 days per week, walking/hiking on the Read more...