Wisdom Story of the Month

Wisdom Story of the Month

On Being Seen and Heard My thing is learning—I am like a sponge, soaking up knowledge. In that vein, Sattva Wisdom Center started out with a team of highly experienced teachers and a line-up of classes and events “teaching ancient tools for modern living.” What I have...
Wisdom Story of the Month

Wisdom Story of the Month

It’s A Balancing Act I finally read the Bhagavad Gita! Not just read it, but had the privilege of participating in a weekly discussion group at Yoga Journey in Boca Raton to really delve into the meaning of the text. It took us about 8 months from beginning to end. It...
Wisdom Story of the Month

Wisdom Story of the Month

Worrying and Wasting Time Almost 3 months ago, I tripped over a curb and broke a bone in my foot. Prior to this incident, I had been noodling around in my head about how l am getting older and whether I could put into practice all I have learned about mindfulness and...
Wisdom Story of the Month

Wisdom Story of the Month

Flipping the Script “Simple but not easy” is a phrase I hear often from my yoga teachers. Even the most straight-forward yoga pose can still be very difficult to master. Conversely, in my practice of law, when faced with a complex problem, I know that the simplest and...
Wisdom Story of the Month

Wisdom Story of the Month

What I Learned About Service   In the summer of 2010 I was about to step on the stage to dance the cha cha in front of 1,000 people and paused to reflect on why I was there. I had raised money for a great charitable organization, thanks to the friends and family who...
Wisdom Story of the Month

Wisdom Story of the Month

What I Learned From “Russian Witches” When I was growing up, my maternal grandmother, Esther, lived with my family. A plain-spoken, no-nonsense woman, she had been  a 10-year orphan when she immigrated in 1908 from Russia to the United States to reside with...