Just love this including “Hot Power Potato Yoga,” Spiderman, veterans. The merging of my loves – DC and yoga and Easter. Enjoy – (more…)
I’ve seen these before but I never tire of them. Marilyn Monroe doing yoga. Monroe learned yoga from the famous Indra Devi.
You can see the photos here.
Absolutely stunning and mesmerizing. I’ve never seen any thing like it. Well, maybe the smoke monster on Lost. But it’s only a mild resemblance. The reaction of the girls was mine, jaw dropping and smiling.
I completely agree!
Colbert asks Broad “why write about yoga when you usually writes about infectious disease, nuclear jihad, the Challenger disaster? What? Slow news year?” (more…)
This photo is making the rounds on Facebook (I saw one on being a lesbian too, which was also very funny).
I am still laughing at this. Especially the New York Times one. (more…)
If I were still teaching this song, My Valentine, would be on my playlist. I love it!
I can easily see the choreographed vinyasa – moving into ardha chandrasana – with a feeling of certainty we can fly!
I just love that new ballads like this are being written, and yes that it’s Paul McCartney.
I love even more that Diana Krall is on the piano, and she is barely mentioned. Her albums are great too! (And she is married to Elvis Costello).
Their performance at the Grammy’s last night was awesome.
Just because Valentine’s Day is coming up, and because really good love poetry can transcend cliche, enjoy this poem —-
Love is a night bent down to be anointed,
A sky turned meadow, and the stars to fireflies.
The white and green of love beside a lake,
And the proud majesty of love in tower or balcony;
Love in a garden or in desert untrodden,
Love is our lord and master
We shall pass into the twilight:
Perchance to wake to the dawn of another world.
But love shall stay,
And his finger-marks shall not be erased.
What is your favorite love poem? Just because….
Robert Thurman (yes, Uma’s father) is a prominent Buddhist scholar. I’ve heard him in person. He is a lovely and funny man.
Here he, briefly, distills the essence of true love, what true love is. I love it.