Thought-Provoking Quote

“Rather, they point to what St. John of the Cross indicated as the most vital question at the end of our life: ‘Have you loved well? Was everything that was done, done for love’s sake?'”

Rupp, Joyce. Boundless compassion: creating a way of life. Sorin Books, 2018
(I received a copy of this book from the publisher and am in the process of reviewing it. However, this quote simply caught me off guard, and I had to note it.)


Welcome, 2015!

2015 has officially begun. As I was reading today, I came across a quote which sums my perspective as we begin yet another trip around our sun.

“What if religion was each other?
If our practice was our life?
If prayer was our words?
What if the temple was the Earth?
If forests were our church?
If holy water – the rivers, lakes, and oceans?
What if meditation was our relationships?
If the Teacher was life?
If wisdom was self-knowledge?
If love was the center of our being.”

Ganga White, founder of the White Lotus Foundation

Here is to a year in which love is the center of our being!

Thought-Provoking Quote

“Creativity did not descend like a bolt of lightning that lit up the world in a single brilliant flash. It came in tiny steps, bits of insight, and incremental changes. Zigs and zags. When people followed those zigs and zags, ideas and revelations start flowing.”

Keith Sawyer, Zig Zag: The Surprising Path to Greater Creativity

Extreme Productivity Post at Project-Based Homeschooling

I found this post on a blog I’ve recently started following called Project-Based Homeschooling. This particular post seemed to apply more to my non-homeschooling life,however. So I thought I’d record a handy link here to remind myself to stop planning and fussing and just start. Whatever the project, just start.