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Forty-Seven, Forty-Eight, Forty-Nine … FIFTY!

We have counted—and continue counting—every day from the full moon of Nissan through to the sixth of Sivan (this Saturday night). The practice is—to the best of our ability—to count each moment, to use each day to be present, to awaken our sense of wonder, and to embrace the miracles surrounding us. Many people embrace [...]

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A Mandala of Moon Shadows

The new moon of Sivan crested on Monday evening. The night before, the moon moved itself across the surface of the sun. Tickets to “scientifically” view the phenomena were sold out. So instead of heading to the observatory, my man and I went to a tapas & wine bar nearby. “Here’s to Mrs. Ward, who [...]

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