August 9, 2014
Mel on Flickr.I met Mel in Central Square; he sat down with me to eat his brunch. “I was one of the first Biomedical Engineers at Mass General.” We talked about Engineering, photography, and books. “Have you ever read Márquez? He was one of the first Latin-Americans to win a Nobel Prize in literature.” He showed me a note on the inside of the book. ‘My wife had left me this book to read, before she passed away. I thought it was about time I got around to it.’

Mel on Flickr.

I met Mel in Central Square; he sat down with me to eat his brunch. “I was one of the first Biomedical Engineers at Mass General.” We talked about Engineering, photography, and books. “Have you ever read Márquez? He was one of the first Latin-Americans to win a Nobel Prize in literature.” He showed me a note on the inside of the book. ‘My wife had left me this book to read, before she passed away. I thought it was about time I got around to it.’

June 22, 2014
Yoga Teachers please, for the love of yoga, stop teaching!

fuckyeahyoga:


—- Jacquelyn Richardon Apr 9, 2014

We find yoga teachers everywhere nowadays. In a mere 200 hours, you too can be a yoga teacher. Perhaps that is what is wrong with yoga these days.

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(Source: elephantjournal.com)

June 22, 2014
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May 27, 2014
Inverness, Scotland

Inverness, Scotland

May 23, 2014

At The Glendronach Distillery, 22 year, out of the cask. Amazing.

May 22, 2014
at Cairngorms National Park

at Cairngorms National Park

April 30, 2014

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April 17, 2014
good:

good:

Six lessons that we learned talking to Yvon Chouinard, founder of Patagonia.

"Climb every mountain." -Yvon Chouinard

good:

good:

Six lessons that we learned talking to Yvon Chouinard, founder of Patagonia.

"Climb every mountain." -Yvon Chouinard

April 6, 2014
55 gentle ways to take care of yourself when you’re busy busy busy

March 25, 2014
Passiveness vs …?

In yoga class today, Dave mentioned that Shavasana is a practice in helping you deal with and accept distractions around you. I always perceived this as passiveness: not acting when something might aggravate or encourage you to. But instead it is more like focus, or selectiveness: the ability to accept those things which you choose not to focus on so that you can focus on the things you want to.

In Shavasana, it’s accepting the noises of people leaving and the desire to get out of that room so that you can focus on breathing. In the world, it’s accepting the noise of the man talking behind you so you may concentrate on your assignment.

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