Well-Being = Everyday Spirituality + Attending to Our Better Aging

“Well-being is about the reasons one wishes to be alive,” according to Atul Gawande.  “Everything changes, all the time,” according to Buddhist wisdom. This double helix demonstrates better aging as a relationship between our practical everyday spirituality  and actively nurturing integrated elements of our well-being in the process of growing older wisely and well. This[…]

What do you want? … Really want? …Now!

This is not a trick question. Moreover, it is one that becomes increasingly important as we approach midlife or retirement, and at every other major life transition. Around age 45-ish, many people begin to sense a certain anxiety or dissatisfaction, an angst, a slump, insecurity. Feelings that often compound with retirement, even though they may[…]