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An Antidote to What Ails Us

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An Antidote to What Ails Us

by Lynette Sheppard
October 23, 2016

I see, hear, feel so much anger of late. Granted, that often happens as political campaigns heat up, but it just seems so prevalent and close to the surface these days. Free floating anger can act as a poison igniting fight or flight hormones and neurotrans... Read more

No Losers

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No Losers

by Eric Alan
October 16, 2016

The beauty and grace of baseball have been a refuge for me since childhood. For a devoted fan like me, October playoff baseball is the compelling coda to a long season of intrigue. It’s also a time of anxiety, for anyone with attachment to the fortune... Read more

Natural Meditation

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Natural Meditation

by Eric Alan
September 18, 2016

I celebrate the openness and inner peace that comes from meditation, and feel a deep yearning to experience it more fully. Like many people, however, I find that traditional meditation is something to which I feel resistance without the supporting structure... Read more

The Story You Dearly Want to Write

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The Story You Dearly Want to Write

by Lauri Gwilt
September 13, 2016

Photographers are storytellers. Whether we’ve been hired to tell someone else’s story, or we capture images that tell our own, our stories are being told through the lens at a rate that no other generation has experienced to date; smartph... Read more

Have you ever truly been heard?

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Have you ever truly been heard?

by Tania Carriere
August 15, 2016

I can’t really explain the experience, which makes it a poor choice for a blog, but I am compelled to write about it because it leaves me with a lasting and comforting sense of being a small part of a much greater design. I went for a day hike... Read more