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Author: Ruth Wilson

We Don’t Have to be Perfect

A lesson learned: be true to yourself and to be grateful for who you are.

Out to Lunch

Having a mindful lunch is not the same as eating lunch.

Nurturing Creativity Through Nature

Here are 5 suggestions on how you might look to nature to enhance your own creativity.

My Heart Is…

Discover what’s in your heart, rather than what’s in your head.

Building Relationships One Step at a Time

Walking can be a path to a better understanding and appreciation of each other.

Nourishing Self and Others

Clean eating to be more than a health practice; it can be a spiritual practice.

What’s on Your List?

Do the items on your list reflect your true self?

The Merging Effect

Relationship building beyond our own homes.

What We Yearn For

If you’re thirsty, you crave water. If you’re hungry, you want food. If you’re l…

To Die with a Song in My Heart

How deathbed singers infuse comfort and a sense of the sacred to the dying

Caring for the Earth as a Spiritual Practice

When it comes to my relationship with the Earth, I sometimes ask, “Should I save…

The Building Blocks of Calm

I remember my mother saying, “It’s a sin to worry.” When pressed to explain what…

Dusting off the Mind

Turn everyday activities into a mindful practice

A Natural Longing, A Holy Longing

I was only fourteen years old when I left home to become a Catholic nun. I thoug…

Deepening an Emotional Attachment to Nature

I was fortunate to grow up in a family where sensitivity to nature was nurtured.…

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