This post is in honor of my friend and mentor J. Kim Wright. Her thoughts have been posted in this blog before. Today though, I offer her words not just as inspiration, but as a complementary piece in the puzzle I am working on conveying through HolisticToolKit. This puzzle is the whole of our justice system, the whole of our lives as human beings who must organize themselves somehow in order to survive. Kim’s vision is shared below as a means of illustrating what the integration of mindfulness into our concept of justice can mean, what it can translate to in the lives of real people. It is about social change. It is about peace. And leaving fear, leaving attachment to the past, behind.
Appearing on MTV’s Daria from 1997-2002, Helen Morgendorffer’s is a depiction that has flown under the radar, which I honestly think is shame. The middle child of three, Helen grew up feeling ignored by her parents and threw herself into academics in hopes of gaining their approval. She joined the hippie counterculture of the late […]
Sometimes being present and believing that that is “enough” is all we can do. Helpful thoughts for transition times in our lives. Feel free to comment if you can personally relate…
Found this video on my computer after graduation. I must have filmed it in February or so of my 2L year. It’s about how to breath through the anxiety of uncertainty, which I am actually finding helpful to watch right now myself… Mindfully moving through change somehow always feels relevant… especially when you aren’t sure what’s up for you next.