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Showing up...even when you feel a hot mess and inadequate... is 99% of the battle...

One thing I have learned in my 30 years is that, most of the time, it is a good idea to just show up anyway even when you feel like a mess or like you don’t know what you are doing. 2,672 more words


Living Well through Lent for March 2, 2015

In yesterday’s reflection, Scott Hayashi identifies that Jesus was resilient because he had “clarity of purpose.” When our purposes align with God’s purposes, we experience ever-greater clarity, strength, and resilience. 139 more words


Laughing Buddha

There he is, laughing, his flaccid breasts hanging out
but no matter: he knows that suffering is almost eternal
and that is only one side of the coin

© Crystal Chan


Authenticity at Work and Home

There is something magical about the way young children are unapologetically them. They are not self conscious. They don’t try to cover up who they are. 599 more words


Pippa is still claiming her wildness

When it came to writing an introduction to my book, Claim Your Wildness, I sought an effective and catchy way of explaining what “claiming our wildness” means so that potential readers could understand immediately what the book is about. 447 more words


Hey, what's up?

Strange how guilty I felt abandoning my blog for the last however many months…and as I thought about it, I was hesitant to write, but then I thought,”hey, why not?” So here I am talking with words and all. 149 more words