Posts Tagged ‘routines’

Yoga has utterly fallen by the wayside.  Poof.  I fell out of practice during my stressful March and now it’s no longer routine.  Routine.  I never liked routines, but in order to be a functioning member of society, I gotta abide by some: school schedules, work schedules (although, not lately), bedtime for kids, bills.  I can’t tell if I’m anti-authoritarian or just lazy.  Maybe both.  I want to spend my time doing what I want to do when I have the rare free time to do it, so going to yoga class or the idea of going to the Unitarian church incite rebellion.  Another possibility: change is hard and I resist change like a stubborn two-year-old.

In the mean time, I’m adding to my bedside table reading list (thanks to Dan):

  • Greg Epstein – Good Without God: What a Billion Nonreligious People Do Believe
  • Lawrence Bush – Waiting for God: The Spiritual Explorations of a Reluctant Atheist
  • Robert Solomon – Spirituality for the Skeptic

This month’s resolution is just too big to work through in one month.  Next month will be a complete switch to a small, achievable (and rather embarrassing) goal.

Ah, teasers are fun.


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