Tahlequah’s Call

Today marks the ninth day of an Orca Whale vigil in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. Tahlequah, a female Orca also known as J-35 of the J-pod of the Southern Resident Killer Whales, has, as of late last night, been pushing and carrying her dead baby girl for eight days, during the pods…

Medicine of the Mayflower

On this day of ThanksGiving, I reflect back with great gratitude, to those who paved the way for me to be here, in all the goodness and abundance with which I have been blessed.In this morning's meditation on the gathering family, friends and food, I think about the people who inspired this day's activities. What…

Peace of the Wild Things

It is when we return to the woods, that we re-member ourselves to the mission here: to love and be loved, to give and be given to, to care for and be cared for. The Forest teaches us again and again how to hold compassion and grace in the very HeartWood of the soul, and…

Peace of the Wild Things

It is when we return to the woods, that we re-member ourselves to the mission here: to love and be loved, to give and be given to, to care for and be cared for. The Forest teaches us again and again how to hold compassion and grace in the very HeartWood of the soul, and…