Most people’s lives are a chain of small acts like eating, walking, working, laughing. What might happen, and how might our lives be different, if we carried out those small acts as if it was the only and last thing we might do in our life? What if every move we made and act we carried out was to find the sacred in all the mundane parts of life? What if we lived our life as though the sacred in all life mattered? Continue reading
Dear Dr. Lani,
I feel overwhelmed and paralyzed by the death of my husband. I doubt that I will be able to face the future and don’t know how to wake up in the morning without him. There are no manuals to help me get over these feelings, and I am stuck. Please help me.