A love-filled snuggle with a beloved pet restores our sense of calm and welness.
Life’s awesome moments move our spirits, so let’s share!
We experience the dance between death and life by picking and eating leaves from a potted mint plant.
Our voices produce audible sound, but what can we discover through the physical sensation of our own vibrations?
Grass bridges built by the Inca people serve as a metaphor for our mutual interdepencence on the shared journey into our future.
The sharing of a personal family story models the valuable role of stories in forming our identities.
A metaphor of waves in the ocean teaches the value of knowing our oneness with the wider community.
A balancing activity demonstrates the fragile qualities of the web of life.
Acorns are one kind of hope for an Oak and another kind of hope for squirrels, and it’s all interconnected.
Diversity is not just in who we are, but in what is ours to do.
A profound sense of the divine, found in holding the gaze of a dog, inspires ritual and art.
Acorns teach us the immense power of hope in their potential, with a balance of care, luck, and action, to become huge oak trees.
A question by Mary Oliver and tactile remains of once-living creatures open us to ponderings on the reality of death and the meaning of our lives.