Remembering a passage from the Christmas services of his childhood, Parker Palmer finds counsel for living an honest and genuine life. We must, he says, allow the good words we speak to become incarnate in our actions.
There are many connections most of us do not see. Stories of hope about educating the “whole child” in North Carolina and a village in Afghanistan using pizza party donations and Rumi’s poetry as a bridge.
In an increasingly frenetic world, emptying the mind in intentional silence can feel impossible. By returning to the Quaker tradition, one mother rediscovers the solace of communal stillness and embracing the busyness of her thoughts.
No matter what decade of your life you’re in, your journey to find a fulfilling work life is one often clouded with worry and self-doubt. Parker Palmer writes this helpful story about finding the way — not by what opens in front of you but by what closes behind you.
Katy Payne is the kind of person I love to interview. For starters, she is warm and delightful, wise and…