Natural world/cultural wisdom inspires fresh possibilities


In a writing session I was recently a part of, the author Jamie Figueroa, offered an unusual writing prompt, `What is it your feet must confess?’ Yes, that was her prompt, `what is it your feet must confess?’.

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Listen to this StoryNarrated by Anjan Prakash CREATE. CREATED I. Laying the Context This post uses the word creation and creativity. So at the onset, I would like to establish, that no matter who we are, what discipline we are practicing or not practicing, whether we are conscious about being creative or not, we are […]

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Listen to this StoryNarrated by Anjan Prakash BEING IN OUR RIGHT ELEMENTS Xavier, Mankurad, Mussarat, Malgesh, are locals. Dasheri, Badami, Kesar, Malgoa, Imam Pasand, Mallika, Neelam, Totapuri, Chausa, non-locals. For those of you friends who are not from India, no, they aren’t a list of my boyfriends or girlfriends. In fact, they are more than […]

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March 26th, 2013 (Tuesday)
My father was home, but his body strength was slowly fading. In fact the year 2013 began with his heart showing signs of weakening further…

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Rooting for Underdogs

In Indigenous ways of knowing, we say that a thing cannot be understood until it is known by all four aspects of our being: mind, body, emotion, and spirit – Robin Wall Kimmerer, Gathering Moss

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