Blog | Celebrate What's Right With the World


by Eric Alan

October 27, 2018

Here in the Oregon woods, we don’t rake away the fallen maple leaves, nor the oak, nor anything that falls in the forest and still belongs there. Slowly the leaves of differing trees become one, become part of the soil. The leaves feed the trees they fall from. They feed the ground itself, without waste or comment. The inherent wisdom of the leaves inspires me—including how they need no mind to play their perfect part.… READ MORE


by Lauri Gwilt

October 13, 2018

The truth is, no matter how bought-in we are with the concept of celebrating what’s right, it can still be challenging to actually do it, particularly in the areas that require more of our effort. And if we don’t explore some of the reasons for why it's challenging, we risk forming some inaccurate conclusions about the viability of seeing the world this way, or worse, about our personal… READ MORE


by Tania Carriere

October 07, 2018

I really love my lists. I’m great at making them. I have a rule; if I think about something and can’t deal with it immediately, I put it on a master list or in my calendar; so between the two, there is a personal tickertape of what to do and ultimately who to be, at any given time. There is comfort and calm in a good list. I know all the… READ MORE