Living from the Ground of Being
Sharing our Stories of Realization and Recognition
Regardless of my parole date, I am free
I was sitting on my rack enjoying the much-anticipated cooler temperatures when a thought hit me with delight. I am three months away from what could be my last year in prison. As thoughts off-tines do, one blossoms into another, I found myself reflecting on the person prior to my incarceration when compared to the man I am today. A man worth knowing, a father worthy of being called dad. Read More
Ending My Search for Spiritual Truth
I spent 20 years thinking about a wide range of existential questions, but never found a single answer to anything I considered important. At the age of forty, I intuited that mind talk might be making life more stressful than it was, so I started a simple meditation exercise in an attempt to attain some peace of mind. Read More
My Meeting with Gangaji
Growing up in a small town, where inclusivity was not the status quo, from a very young age I realized I wasn’t welcome in this world. I remember the moment I fell into that pain. On the playground in 4th grade, a kid asked me if I thought this other boy was cute, and I said “yes,” because I did. This started a whole domino effect well into my middle school years of people making fun of me for being gay. Read More
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The Other Awakening
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Letters from our Community Behind Bars
From a 70 Year Old Lifer
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A Prayer for Peace
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