You know when time flies and you don’t know where it went? You want to stop it, but, of course, you can’t? I experienced that this evening in a workshop. I am part of a leadership team doing a storytelling training on Zoom. (Yikes!) The leaders were given 90 minutes to help our small group… Read more Time is a Great Teacher, But it’s Killing Me!
Prompt 112 last week from Nadia Bolz-Weber was writing about “Things I’m not proud of…” Here is more: Write a confession—something you did or said that you still carry with guilt and shame. Then write your own absolution, honoring the aftermath of your actions, calling in grace. *Optional: Burn after writing. This was powerful for… Read more The Isolation Journals and Studio Visit with Nadia Bolz-Weber
Today is Wednesday already here in Bahrain. I’m up and ready for the first of my Zoom classes, which are gradually becoming someone else’s Zoom classes. I’m in a very slow process of saying goodbye to my school. In February it started. I decided not to return because I could only commit for half a… Read more Slice of Life the Day After