1. Regretfully some people are not as evolved as we wish them to be.

    We can only compassionately release our disappointment, meet them where they are and love them anyway.

    And in turn, hope others more evolved than us will do the same, showing patient kindness as we move forward, at our own pace, on this silly journey.



  3. It is incredible to think I was terribly, terribly sick in this photo, for when I see it, all I remember is the great joy and love I felt on this day.

    After a night of violent vomiting I was weak in bed, half-watching strange Indian television, when Shyamdas came in to check on me. He sat on the side of the bed, along with Carla and Bettina, and held my hand, made me laugh and told me I must find the strength to hike with them today to a very special place. Somehow I did. And that afternoon at the Jain temples, in the gorgeous golden sun and clear, blue skies, I was surrounded by a sense of love and peace that is still very much with me.

    Thank you, Shyamdasji.


  4. This time last year, I was experiencing the Taj. It’s incredible to think it’s only been a year since my life changed forever in India. Jai Sri Krishna.

    The purest, most magnificent love surrounded us.



  5. Two grey seals appear to be sharing a joke.


  6. Missing India. Daily.


  7. Govind, our angel.


  8. I miss summer. And biking. Biking in the wrong direction on Wythe late one afternoon, screaming with AE, “I’m afraid to love!” while laughing hysterically.

    Clearly, we were not afraid to love afterall.


  9. Dynamic Wind Map of the United States. Click here for real-time.

    For me, one of the best feelings in the world is getting up early, on a windy, wild morning (like this morning) getting into the car with someone I love, stopping for coffee and heading out on an adventure. That, quite simply, is my pure bliss.