I’ve hit the rage stage of sheltering in. I stomp around the neighborhood, my cheap, old scarf over my nose and mouth like some kind of demented outlaw from Forever 21, and think about how angry I am. I’m, first and foremost, angry that I live in a country that somehow elected s…
I wrote about the work that makes all other work possible this week. I’ve been thinking a lot about labor and love lately, and as such, I’ve decided to…
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In Sharon Salzberg’s new book, Real Change, she says that one of her favorite questions to ask is this: How many people need to be doing their jobs wel…
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5 things worth noting from today's New York Times
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5 Questions for mindfulness teacher and author Sharon Salzberg
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I’m working on a book about white parents and school integration. The seed of it started with an innocent-sounding question: where should we send our k…
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5 things worth noting from today's New York Times
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I Google, “How is Zoom changing us?” and a series of search results about how to transform your background into a beach in Bali or psychedelic cats com…
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