- Bungling Rainbow Bridge
- An Old Soul
- Inspiration for your next MRI
- Easter 2017
- I Could Paint That
- All went to be taxed, every one into his own city.
- Easter 2016
- Barbados 2016
- Thanksgiving – Outside the Box
- Who’s In Charge Of Reincarnation?
- Art Collecting Without Guilt
- Falling in Love with Natalie (again)
- What Does George W. Bush Have In Common With The Sacred Ordinary?
- Everyday Objects
- It’s All About The Frame
- Piddling as Spiritual Practice
- How Does Your Garden Grow?
- Butterfly Shelfie
- Easter 2014
- The Order of St. Diane
Blogs I Follow:
- Beauty as Spiritual Practice February 22, 2012
- let me walk in beauty May 7, 2012
- Rengetsu’s Rabbit January 30, 2019
- NUMBER 259 August 3, 2020
- What Keeps Me Standing: The Wisdom of Black Grandmothers August 5, 2020
- Freebie: Lesson Attendance Sheet Updated for 2020-21 August 6, 2020
- Parallels between Hospice and Reiki May 25, 2013
- East West Bookshop Tour 2015 June 1, 2015
Author Archives: diane heath
This is my favorite corner of the house: The Letter Nook buddha sits with words. written with ink on paper. blessing friendships. Do you have a favorite corner?
I’ve been “finger painting” on my Asus E-Reader. I sit with the crazy small machine and my technological ignorance. Tracing my finger across the screen like a Japanese brush painter, I go to a state of zen meditation without even opening an ink pot. … Continue reading
This New Year we started paying about $90 per month to sponsor three girls who live in India. This is a new and delightful complement to our full lives. I’m so thrilled with the organization, Unbound, that I’m thinking of one day … Continue reading
I’ve always wanted to adopt. One look at a soulful wide-eyed, cleft-lipped child and I quickly flip the magazine page before bringing her home and buying penguin pajamas. Adopting a child would require a major life-style shift. I’d need to quit … Continue reading
O God, I want a cookie. I want an Oreo Cookie. or several …. It’s the fault of the Washington Post, which reported that a study by students at Connecticut College found Oreos as addictive to rats as cocaine. The … Continue reading
Friday evening we went to Doritt Carroll’s poetry reading/book launch. Location: The Black Squirrel (pub) How could we miss that? And now I have her little book Glttl Stp (Glottal Stop). It makes me feel like I could be a poet too. … Continue reading
Meal planning at my house goes like this: 1) What would be low fat and low carb 2) that’s easy and fast 3) not too expensive 4) vegetarian, organic, seasonal, and local 5) that might be in the pantry 6) … Continue reading
We have a room that is free of furniture, which a friend playfully named Diane’s Reiki Hut. The room is painted green and blue with a touch of silver trim. Occasionally I unfold a massage table in this room for … Continue reading
I’ve lived in Washington, D. C. for 28 years and have never seen a president or a first spouse. Everyone in my family has run into these celebrities. They’ve been to White House egg rolls, watched royal daughters dropped off … Continue reading