Category Archives: Writers Road

Still looking for that loose screw?

I’ve been accused, on occasion, of having a few screws loose. I’ll admit it. But that’s not what this blog post is about. I have never been accused, however, of being a loose screw—at least not to my face. But that’s not … Read more

Self-Observation and the Laughing Buddha

laughing-buddhaSometimes humor and sometimes serious, grasshoppah. Hence the Zen of Self-Observation and the Laughing Buddha.

The Question posed to me by one of my Self-Mastery students today is, by and large, one worthy of a full and rich answer.

“I see myself Read more

Coming of Age – the Right to Write

hiking-Jennnifer-SweeteDoes coming of age give us the right to write? I just stumbled upon a fellow blogger who also happens to be a fellow member of the Story Circle Network —it happened on Twitter, I think . . . it was an … Read more

HER HANDS

Old woman's handsTapping along the keyboard, her knotty knuckles rose and fell like tiny mountains heaving in time-lapse photography. Rivers of blue veins crossed the terrain from her fingertips to disappear into the ocean of ribbing along the cuffs of her sweater. Unpolished nails … Read more