Meet Bunny, mother unknown. She had a growth growing out of her side and was attacked by an adult dog and found refuge with a group of young mothers who had five-to-seven pups each of their own.
Join our facilitated book club featuring Crazy Brave: A Memoir by Joy Harjo, of the Muscogee Creek Nation, Poet Laureate of the United States in 2019. This is our offering for Karma Compass’ first book club.
If you’re not willing to get a vaccine for any reason, you can now adopt the practice of wearing a mask to show love and respect for your fellow citizens.
This ENH Must-Have List includes the many little treasures that have gotten me through the 2020 pandemic with grace, style and beauty–elements that enhance health and well-being and allow us to thrive.
Have you heard the childhood phrase, “Step on a crack, break your momma’s back”? I grew up hearing other kids … More
How do we love? Say it to yourself: “My heart is opening.”
Environmental racism exists around the world. Environmental racism is local. It’s subtle. This may be because we’re all so much a part of it that we don’t recognize it.
Gratitude requires stepping back to count your blessings.
I think that we should each follow the path that our culture, our tradition, our upbringing have provided. Christian, Judaism, Islam, or Hinduism, another path that people have to that Holy Place.
Slowing down in the ring, in life, in relationships brings us victory.