It’s crucial to examine your motivations for what you want to create. Starting from a place of reaction rarely creates something sustainable.
A Thanksgiving invitation to celebrate what you have, who you are, and where you are, knowing that it is enough.
So much of our suffering comes from the illusion that we can control our outcomes by controlling our actions.
When you’re working with high quality ingredients, the less you do to them, the better.
Deepening in your yoga practice has nothing to do with sweating more or pushing harder. It may be the opposite of what you think.
One of the most profound lessons of the Passover Seder is that freedom comes from realizing that you have enough, you do enough, and you are enough. Just as you are.
There is a prevailing belief in many service industries — that our goal should be to serve more and more people. Here’s why it’s not always a good thing.