Re Voting Plans, Tilt-a-Whirls, and Trust

I have voted in every election since 1962. “VOTING PLAN”   The words fell oddly on my ears when I first heard them sometime in late summer. By September I
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The patience to be who I am

PATIENCE is not among my weekly calendar notations: The 26-hour Yom Kippur fast is over. Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been buried in Arlington National Cemetery. The opening Presidential Debate of
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Constitution Day: The Syntax of Whiteness

Today is Constitution Day, and a good day to consider the Syntax of our Whiteness as a nation I learned to speak my native English “correctly” as a toddler, and
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Uncover & harness your unconscious biases

Are you committed to racial justice? Do you wrestle with being part of the problem that you want to solve? Are you ready to look within and work with your
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How de we repurpose the artful for a pandemic world?

’trōv n [alter. of trove (discovery, find)] (2010): a collection of artful objects discovered or found One more Covid-19-driven closure pulled me up short, and sad: Trohv, on the Avenue
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I just wanna pull the covers over my head

“I just wanna pull the covers over my head and go back to sleep.” For years I have used this as a throw-away line. Last Friday I actually tried it
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About Sara

Sara Eisenberg is a healer, herbalist, activist and elder. A life-long learner, Sara draws on her many years of questioning, practice, training, and experience as a guide, facilitator and educator in community, academic, and spiritually-based settings. She is the founder of A Life of Practice, her online home where she integrates her work in Nondual Kabbalistic Healing, Herbal Medicine and Radical Inquiry with A Life of Practice©. She meets with clients in her Baltimore office and online.

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