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Where Does Tenacity Come From? (5)

Where Does Tenacity Come From? (5)

We finish this section on tenacity, with one of the strengths of our community -- how human beings change, grow, and develop. We've distilled the ancient spiritual practices to an easy-to-remember icon -- "Working the Circle." Have a listen.

Where Does Tenacity Come From? (4)

Where Does Tenacity Come From? (4)

We're talking about how carefully considered routines help us live tenaciously -- long, sustained effort in the same direction. In the livestream notes last week, one commenter asked in essence, "So yeah. Noticing my habits. Noticing my routines. Got it. But how the...

Where Does Tenacity Come From? (3)

Where Does Tenacity Come From? (3)

Shared routines, carefully considered, allow us to sustain commitments over the long haul, even when we don't have the internal infrastructure in place, to build new habits. Hey! we can do that with one another. Have a listen.

Where Does Tenacity Come From? (2)

Where Does Tenacity Come From? (2)

People of our time, people working on the most important moral issue of our day -- racial harm, racial inequity -- must be tenacious. We must be tenacious, because racism is tenacious. Have a listen. Another principle in how we develop tenacity.

Where Does Tenacity Come From? (1)

Where Does Tenacity Come From? (1)

People of our time will be about the slow, steady, dismantling and rebuilding of systems that create inequity -- especially racial inequity -- generation after generation. We'll need to be tenacious! How does that happen? Have a listen.

Why Meditation Matters in a Crisis (3)

Why Meditation Matters in a Crisis (3)

Crisis evokes "fear-brain." And fear-brain shuts down the best thinking, big-picture seeing, and sends us into evolutionary instinct, survival mode. The spiritual tradition gives us wisdom and practices, to help us do better.

Becoming People of Our Time

Becoming People of Our Time

“The greatest glory lies not in never failing, but in rising every time we fail” (Nelson Mandela). Our nation has failed. Each of us has failed. AND, we can rise again. We can do better.

Wisdom is Slow. Fear is Fast.

Wisdom is Slow. Fear is Fast.

That makes “the good life” tough. So, we walk the spiritual journey together. We help one another stay on track! This week we explore together, how to keep rising rise above our fear-brains.

Thriving in Uncertainty

Thriving in Uncertainty

We continue a spiritual theme we began on Easter. How do we thrive, when there is chaos and uncertainty all around us, and there's no end in sight? Have a listen.