A very happy fresh week to you all. May it be filled with love, laughter, adventure, and wellness. For this week’s Monday Mindfulness, here’s an inspiring thought that really resonates, coming to us from influential Brazilian author Paulo… Read More
Well, it isn’t Monday…but it’s always the right time for mindfulness. Apologies for the scarcity of posts lately. Work has been keeping me fairly busy the past few weeks, what with needing to run adventurous activities for school… Read More
Hello again, fellow wanderers in the Cathedral Grove. Monday Mindfulness is back after a brief pause. Our thought for the week comes from Pema Chödrön, a Buddhist nun and author of several books on mindfulness. Lovely, isn’t it?… Read More
Greetings, fellow explorers of landscapes both external and internal. Today, our little bit of mindfulness comes from British explorer and most-fancy-name-haver Ranulph Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes. Most know him more simply as Ranulph Fiennes, however. The former British Army officer, avid… Read More
I know I said it would be unlikely that I’d share anything whilst visiting home, but – surprise! My Texas wanderings have inspired me, so here’s your Monday Mindfulness post for the week ahead. This entry comes to… Read More
Hello, lovely people. Monday Mindfulness is back! Here’s hoping you have a week filled with contentment, joy, and fulfillment. I’ll be traveling back ‘across the pond’ this Saturday and will be Stateside for about a week and a… Read More
For this week’s Monday Mindfulness musing, let’s go to naturalist and America’s 26th president, Theodore ‘Teddy’ Roosevelt. For a bit more on his life, visit here.
This week’s quote comes from the famous Dutch Post-Impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh. To read a bit more about the artist, visit here.
This week’s quote comes from Bashō, a 17th century Japanese poet and creator of haibun, an intermingling of prose and haiku which describes a physical journey made by its maker. Through haibun, a person describes not only what… Read More
Each Monday, Cathedral Grove will feature a ‘thought of the moment’ to consider. This week’s quote comes from the 13th century Persian poet Jalal ad-Din Muhammad – known more commonly to English speakers as Rumi. For a bit… Read More