Guest post by Nikki Jefford It is a universal truth that grief is an eventuality we must all face. Many of us have already endured the heartbreak of losing a loved one. Sometimes it is
Guest post by Nikki Jefford First, I lost my father; then my beloved cousin who was like a little sister and my dearest friend. The hits kept coming. Changes in the publishing world sent my
The Pilgrim Who Thanks the Earth ~James K. Papp Photography Exhibit Whether backpacking on the Pacific Crest Trail, traveling in Latin America or hiking beautiful Whatcom County trails, James Papp loves expressing
At September Equinox we held a ceremony at home with friends to honor this special time and to use its special power for prayer, for ourselves and for the planet. Each of us laid out
Up, up, up the winding mountain road to enter the gates to sacred space and swallows flitting across the charged azure blue sky. She meditates on a grassy terrace. He does Tai Chi. She does
Books To Prisoners (BTP) is a Seattle-based, all-volunteer, nonprofit organization that sends books to prisoners in the United States. BTP believes that books are tools for learning and opening minds to new ideas and possibilities. By
A day of introspection gives us space to courageously, gently, lovingly peer into ourselves. We can view and appreciate the good we have done and acknowledge and forgive ourselves for any words or actions which do not honor us.