Sharing Stories and Hope: A Conversation with Melanie Hutcheson Between Noah and The Record Keeper, this has been a tough month for the arts. Writer Nate Fleming explains some of the deep issues the Christian community has to work through, but artists and creatives are a resilient people. This week, I’m pleased to introduce you […]
Posts tagged “Reader Review” include a few top articles from my weekly reading. Their topics may vary, but their quality and provocation quotient won’t. Enjoy. When spirituality gets corporatized: The commercial dharma Tricycle Mag: Protesters crash Google talk on corporate mindfulness at Wisdom 2.0 conference (Alex Caring-Lobel) Alex’ sharp critique of corporate spirituality—Buddhist-ish instruction of mindfulness to […]
I lived in Texas for 8 years yet never made it to the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta. Roadtrippers’ timelapse video makes me want to get out there!
“When we make art, it comes from who we are.” -Teagan Widmer Powerful.
My mother, a March-born soul, loves the natural world. I’ve sent her these cardinals in honor of her birthday and hope she enjoys them.
On Being hosts internet entrepreneur Seth Godin: On the Art of Noticing and Then Creating Choose between Krista Tippett’s edited and unedited audio conversation with Seth about the responsibilities of creation—”being artists rather than cogs”; the risks inherent to contemporary change; and how conventional education doesn’t yet prepare students for the creative and less bounded […]