Monthly Archives: July 2006

I’m Off

I’m off to San Diego tomorrow for my trial visit at Project Walk.  I’ll be gone for exactly one-week and I don’t plan on getting on the computer at all.  The computer, more so the Internet, tends to be my … Continue reading

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A Volunteer Experience

This is the paper I wrote for my class.   In the book “When Things Fall Apart”, by Pema Chodron, the author displays her Buddhist perspective on life and how each and every one of us can use these ideals … Continue reading

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Life Update

I have been wanting to give an update lately but I feel like I’ve been so busy trying to finish up my class, which ended today, woohoo!  Taking one class doesn’t really seem like much but it sure did seem … Continue reading

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Samsara

I don’t know if this is true for everyone but in my life I tend to go through many emotional phases.  Some are angry, some are sad.  Some are joyful and some are tender.  The pleasant feeling phases are always … Continue reading

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