Continue reading Unexpected delight
A good meal, you see, is all about unexpected delight: it’s one thing for food to simply “taste good,” but a real master can make it taste good in a way that surprises you. And for that to work, you have to start from a place where you can permit yourself to be surprised. And, interestingly enough, the person eating has to cooperate for that to really be successful.
I’m a decent cook. I’m an outstanding eater. – Steven Brust
Hold onto your ideas of what could be.Continue reading The world can’t erase his fantasies
And down at my core is the hottest part.Continue reading Oh, I have a flame; feel it touch my heart.
We can take the time we need to care for ourselves.Continue reading Being pushed and shoved by people trying to beat the clock
Often what we need to reduce confusion is repose.Continue reading There’s too much confusion, I can’t get no relief
To engage with the world is to be at least a little uncomfortable all the time—yoga gives us the opportunity to practice it, to become good at it.Continue reading But I’m good at being uncomfortable