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Just out of prison, these men taught me,

with unexpected depth and clarity, about hard-won faith. I was invited to offer a first baby-step of mindfulness training with a group of formerly incarcerated men from the Louisiana State Prison at Angola. I was a little nervous that they … Continue reading

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I want more…

I want more than the experience of mindfulness these days. I want heartfulness: loving-kindness and compassion as the focus of my life and contemplative service. I have been in several mindfulness retreats in 2018, and many over the years. So … Continue reading

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A Meditation to Save the World

In the middle of our group meditation it hit me: “What we are doing right now could save the world!” We were a group of eleven adults entering into a silent day retreat I call “The Heart of Mindfulness.” We … Continue reading

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Mindfulness in Medicine

We entered the stillness in a conference room just off the busy corridor of a bustling hospital again this week. Every week there is a different collection of medical personnel seeking to find their center in the middle of their … Continue reading

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