This blog is devoted to nurturing

and sustaining our sense of well-being (comfortable, healthy, happy) and appreciating its life-affirming benefits.  Weekly posts will focus in three areas: BE-KNOW-DO 


When it comes to a sense of well-being, we often know what to do, but have difficulty following through (for various reasons).  As a result, our KNOW-DO gaps (what we know is good or works, compared to what we do about what we know) is often great. Since what we do with what we know often depends on and/or is enhanced by our state of being, it makes sense to tend to and nurture this aspect as well. Thus, I offer the BE-KNOW-DO blog as a way to encourage well-being through a simple practice.  


BE I discovered the quote in KNOW almost 40 years ago when I was a young adult struggling to find my way on so many levels. I remember being so moved by these words, that I placed a copy in the top drawer of my desk at work, making Rilke’s invitation easy to access. Through several job and career transitions over the next 25 years the copy remained in the top drawer of my desk and the feeling of deep calm every time I saw the quote on paper, worn from hundreds of handlings and readings, never lessened. KNOW “Be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves, like locked rooms and like books that are now written in a very foreign tongue. Do not now

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