I just got home to Portland, OR a little over a week ago and realized I've been traveling about 8 months out of the entire year. While sitting on the plane, bus, or vanagon, I read. There are a few books that changed who I am as a person and I'd love to share them with you.
I hope you will start to tune out and tune in, find moments of solitude, dance, laugh, do away with the unimportant, and never, ever take a day on this precious planet with precious people for granted.
When I heard about meditation, I truly did picture sitting cross-legged in a room on a weird pillow from India with a candle and incense burning as the standard. Realistically, I just didn't understand what meditation really was - but now I do.
Family is important because there's this sort of "unconditionalness" about it. These are people that are just automatically your friends & even if you are a P.O.S. they are somehow still obligated to care for you.
I finally understood that we are interconnected to everything and that our bodies are the temples that hold our souls... just a vehicle to take us through life and it must be treated, respected, and honored in the greatest of ways.