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by Ted Kooser

We human beings think we’re pretty special when compared to the “lower” forms of life, but now and then nature puts us in our place...


Editor's Note from Susan de Wardt: I'm excited to be able to bring you this regular poetry column by former poet laureate Ted Kooser. I met Mr. Kooser at a writers conference in Casper Wyoming several years ago and was inspired by his down-home approach to poetry. Poetry should be accessible and these columns bring you the best for use in your poetry therapy practice, for writing inspiration, or for just plain reading pleasure. I hope you enjoy these peoms.


Writing & Poetry Therapy


Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Get inspired. The salad is the basic, simple, and gorgeous summer staple. Enjoy!


Organic Living

by Helen Maffini

Keeping a journal is a great way of expressing emotions. The skill of using emotional literacy will be developed as well as better self awareness and self reflection...


Editor's Note from Susan de Wardt: Encouraging a child to write in a journal builds self-awareness and emotional literacy. Try these journal ideas with your children or students.


Writing & Poetry Therapy


TED is a non-profit devoted to "ideas worth spreading", and you can find literally thousands of free--inspiring and awesome--talks from experts and innovators around the world...


Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: A plentiful list of choices to listen to powerful TED talks about issues concerning food and our planet.


Organic Living


Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: A garlic a day keeps just about everything away - except great health!


Organic Living


Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: The cost of food is more than what we pay at the checkout. This video shows the added factors that given us hidden costs.


Organic Living

by Susan Hemmingway

The worst year of Norma Pitzer-Kelly's life arrived in 2010. That winter, her parents died within months of each other. She lost her job as an insurance adjuster in early spring...


Editor's Note from Sue Meyn: Isn't this an inspiring article about the value of expressive writing? Hope it inspires you to keep up your writing habit----or to start one!


Writing & Poetry Therapy


Editor's Note from Debbie Allen: Susan Kaiser Greenland, author of "The Mindful Child", has designed a way to bring mindfulness techniques to children which improves their capacity to focus, calm themselves, and manage stress. She explains a simple way of explaining mindfulness to children, "Mindfulness is paying attention with kindness, to yourself, other people, and the world around you." She takes seven concepts of mindfulness and applies them to the ABC's of attention, balance and compassion. Stopping, focusing, and choosing fall under attention categories. Quieting and seeing go with balance. Caring and connection go with compassion.



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