Somethings Got to Give

By Katie Morris of Warrior Girl Yoga It was around Thanksgiving in November of 2014 that my “breaking point” crept up on me silently and swiftly. Basically, something just wasn’t right. I was feeling ill and spreading myself too thin. My job as the co-owner of a water propelled Jetpack company, Jetpack America, had lost …

Journey

Through this dungeon I tread, seeking foundation for my head, reaching to shed layers of dead skin weighing down my levity. Discovery bends the shadows into brevity, shoring up this beacon of longevity within the good fight. Degrees of might empower me to chill with this burning; ride easy in this yearning; roll gently through …

Amritapuri Flowers

by Karuna Poole I’ve been coming to Amma’s (Mata Amritanandamayi) ashram in Amritapuri, India each year since January 1990. For many years, it was a land of sand and palm trees. I remember when devotees started bringing other plants to the ashram, but it is only in the last five years or so that the …

Indie Spotlight: Puneet Gabriel McCorrison

One of my favorite singer songwriters is a friend of mine, Puneet.  His music should definitely be all over the radio.  You can support him by subscribing to his YouTube channel here: The Puneet Gabriel Channel.      For now, feel the magic in his new jam, Through the Morning Mist:   Through the Morning Mist  …

Poetry Shares: Kripa Gressel

Still by Kripa Gressel of A Thing of Grace God’s umbrella wouldn’t open today and so the leaves showered down and the raindrops caught hold of the branches and changed color like my sister changes her lipstick ‘today forgot to be easy, so tomorrow will be Tuxedo Pink’ branches delicately stumble through the days and …

Poetry Shares: Wendell A. Brown

Freedom Song By Wendell A. Brown of Where Words Daily Come Alive   If you follow me I will lead you to The peace you have Never known If you follow me I Will take you to a Place where no evil Goes For a new heart will I give to you with a New song for it to Sing …

Death of a New Pair of Shoes

A Memoir by Al Poole, Part 2   He watched with fascination as the salesman measured his feet. He did not remember any one taking the time before. His toes were already permanently curled from wearing shoes too small. The youth center counselor who had become attached to the young man knew he was headed …

My Eternal Gratitude Goes Out to the Walking With Intention Contributors

Did that really just happen? Somehow we actually completed 30 days of Walking With Intention.  I didn’t know if we would make it or not, but we got 30 amazing posts.  I love that they were all so different from each other.  Stylistically, and philosophically, everyone had their own take on Walking with Intention.  If …

Walking With Intention Day 30 by Kripa Gressel

Fated  by Kripa Gressel of A Thing of Grace I live with my husband in Kerala, India in Mata Amritanandamayi’s ashram. Our lives are simple; we do a lot of volunteer work while in India and traveling several months out of the year with Amma’s tours. I met Amma when I was a small child, …

Walking With Intention Day 28 by Janelle Weibz

The Seductiveness of “Next Time” by Janelle Weibz of Breaking Moulds   Next time I’ll say the right thing. Next time I’ll have the courage to introduce myself. Next time I’ll visit that place. Next time I’ll take that photograph. Next time I’ll be the person I want to be. Living and travelling abroad caused me to …