Tag Archives: Thich Nhat Hahn

Growing Equanimity: Via Rumi’s Guest House (sermon)

Do you know that old, and perhaps tired, and perhaps true, cartoon about Unitarian Universalists? There are two doors.  Each has a sign over it.  The first door says, “Heaven.”  No one is going through that door. The second door … Continue reading

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The Mindfulness of Hanging Laundry

Right now, this is my favorite pastime. I feel such peace and straightforward pleasure. Even though I am down to one class, not four. Even though I am only driving to one town two hours away, not two, for this … Continue reading

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