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Hummus is what? Yes, simple and uncomplicated because it’s easy to make with so few ingredients and “umami,” which means “delicious” or “yummy” in Japanese. Yet there’s a little more to umami. Umami is the difficult-to-define “fifth taste”. In the … Continue reading
“What is the intelligent way? Let me tell you how Buddha explained it, doing and non doing…balance is the key.” ~Swami Rajneesh Happy 2013! I just spent two weeks with my family in Thailand… an amazing place! We try to … Continue reading
“See the day as obstacle free with only possibilities.” ~ the Zen Mama A few months ago I was out on the end of our friend’s dock on Shadow Mountain Lake in the mountains of Colorado. Our friend was telling … Continue reading
“If you kick a stone in anger, you’ll hurt your own foot.” ~Korean Proverb All parents have been there. It’s Saturday morning. You’ve got to go to the soccer/lacrosse/football game and there are no socks to be found. It’s especially … Continue reading