Our Cravings Tribe and the reVolution-not-resolution journey we’re on for the next few weeks — or maybe for ever! — were the focus of On Call with Wendy Wiese on Relevant Radio yesterday afternoon. It was a great conversation. Thank you, Wendy, for making the time for this topic. If you missed it, you can listen on playback at the link below.
I think there are two kinds of people: those who trust their GPS implicitly and those who don’t. I fall into the latter group, always second guessing the instructions and striking out on my own as Katniss—yes, our GPS is named after the heroine in the “Hunger Games” series—patiently but insistently gives commands: turn left, take the second exit, stay right. More often than not, I respond with comments of my own: Are you crazy? Do you know how many lights are on that road? Never on a Saturday! And so Katniss is forever “recalculating.” Read more
If you’ve got three minutes to kill, you can catch my interview with Liz Faublas, the inspiring, funny and fabulous (can’t resist) anchor of Currents on Brooklyn’s NET-TV. We talk about Cravings, the tribe, our plans for revolution (personal, that is), and spiritual practices that stick. She was in the Brooklyn studio, and I was in my Albany office. Isn’t technology amazing? Thank you, Liz, for asking me to be on the show. It’s always a treat to talk with you! Liz also happens to be a comedian, so check her out. She’s got a show coming up in NYC later this month.
P.S. How come Liz looks so awesome in the frozen moment from our interview (below), and I’m in mid-sentence (as usual)?!? Trust me, I considered not sharing the clip because of this image, but I can’t be the tribe cheerleader if a little thing like looking goofy stops me in my tracks, right?
“I am not afraid; I was born to do this.” — Joan of Arc
Writer, retreat leader, yoga teacher, seeker. Director of communications for the Diocese of Albany and author of six books on Catholic spirituality and four books of spiritual reflections. Read more