“Go to Your Edge, then Soften.”

Great advice from Tara Brach for anyone facing hard times.

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God bless the woman shown above. I don’t know her, but she is a real human whose image ended up in the adobestock collection. She stands out because she’s the only one in this virtual sea of images who embodies the true starkness of the devastation of dementia.

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Writer. Yoga teacher. Musician. Buddhist. Quilter. Animal lover. Visible grownup. Hidden child. Secret dancer when all alone. Makes good bread.

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Writer. Yoga teacher. Musician. Buddhist. Quilter. Animal lover. Visible grownup. Hidden child. Secret dancer when all alone. Makes good bread.

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