by: Hannah Dwertman I attended a masters degree program in the US for Chinese medicine, and in the 3.5 years it took to complete the program to become a licensed acupuncturist, I was never taught a crucial piece of history about acupuncture in America: it was...… read on
Welcome to The Well.
Where we sit together for a few minutes or longer in city spaces, schools and community places. Where we slow the world down and notice what we smell, hear, taste and feel. Where we notice our thoughts, the genius ones right along with the harebrained ones. Where we notice each other’s beauty. Where we turn off our digital devices and tune into our capacity for stillness, focus, wonder, creativity, compassion, and awe.
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We gathered this month to contemplate Elizabeth Alexander's poem "Ars Poetica #100: I Believe". We were joined by sisters Rana Dotson and DeAndra Beard who led the discussion of the poem and lead the group responses. You can find the recorded session above. We will...… read on
by: Rudy Siegel “Stop the world, I want to get off!”In these days of COVID-19 and widespread public unrest, who doesn’t long for the elusive epiphany of Littlechap in Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley’s enduring musical.In his dying, Littlechap watches his daughter give birth to the...… read on