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The man knows how to describe ego death beautifully, practically, and invitingly… xo, K I’ve often felt the deeper discipline of poetry is overhearing yourself say things you didn’t want to know about the world. And something that actually emancipates you from this smaller self out into this larger dispensation that you actually didn’t think you deserved. And so one of the things we’re most afraid of in silence is this death of...

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Revelation must be terrible with no time left to say goodbye. Imagine that moment staring at the still waters with only the brief tremor of your body to say you are leaving everything and everyone you know behind. Being far from home is hard, but you know, at least we are exiled together. When you open your eyes to the world you are on your own for the first time. No one is even interested in saving you now and the world steps in to...

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Painter ~ Michael Nisperos

Painter ~ Michael Nisperos


Posted By on May 5, 2016

Among my favorite gifts from my beloved… is Michael Nisperos’ Dancers.  Some of you have seen it hanging over my fireplace. Here’s more of his work. xo,...

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Here’s Michael Franti as the embodiment of ACT: opening up to the moment as it is — in this case, a microphone malfunction — and showing psychological (and physical!) flexibility. He climbs on a chair. Balances while playing his heart out. And spreads the joy. The pièce de résistance? Upon receiving a hug from Dalai Lama, Franti manages to bend his 6’6″ frame to keep his head below the Dalai Lama’s...

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Documentary ~ Monk with a Camera

Documentary ~ Monk with a Camera


Posted By on Feb 10, 2016

Sad news: Home sick. Glad news: I got to see this wonderful film on Netflix!  xo, K p.s. If you haven’t seen “The Eye Has to Travel” (documentary of Diana Vreeland — the monk’s visionary Vogue editor grandmother) then consider watching both. Really sweet pair of films to watch together. See my blog about The Eye Has to...

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