Teaching Collaborative Leadership and Life Balance Through Spiritual Mindfulness Practices

Reflections on Lamentations and Politics

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Language of Creation

“[We were] grown into language. After history we made cities and machines and gave them names. We didn’t speak so much of certain things. Language spoke us. The words that wanted to be city and machines had us speak them so they could be. When the humans came, they had no names and we made…

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What’s in a Name?

There is the waking mind (rational) and the sleeping mind—more powerful, the sleeping mind sees deeply to the heart of things… “If you understand a thing, can you describe it…Words are pale shadows of forgotten names. As names have power, words have power. Words can light fires in the minds of people. Words can wring…

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Teaching Collaborative Leadership and Life Balance Through Spiritual Mindfulness Practices