Blog | Celebrate What's Right With the World


by Tania Carriere

March 25, 2018

When this question first wormed into my subconscious either I didn’t notice it or I refused to recognize it. The second time, I rudely shoved it away and then I ignored it. The third time, I turned my back on it and put a little more effort into the omelet I was… READ MORE


by Eric Alan

March 17, 2018

As the sun reappears from behind the last clouds of this year’s strongest storm, the contrast deepens the beauty of snow and sky. I celebrate both, and feel grateful for the way that storms of all forms someday resolve and move on.

That contrast reminds me of how true that is in the events of our lives, as well. Even in the midst of these difficult days, I celebrate the strange alchemy through which some of our… READ MORE


by Lauri Gwilt

March 04, 2018

The folded piece of paper sitting next to me is tattered and dog-eared for good reason – it’s been by my side for nearly 6,000 days and counting.

For 15 years I have folded, unfolded, and pressed the creases over and over with my fingers. It boasts coffee stains, wine stains, and all sorts of other breakfast, lunch and dinner marks. Because of this piece of paper, some truly… READ MORE