Last week I let you all know about the grand Janmastami celebration that would be happening at the Krishna Temple in Hillsborough. Several of you expressed interest in attending, and yet I realize the fact that the festival was on a weeknight was a deterrent. For those of you who wanted to come and experience the festival but were unable to for whatever reason, have no fear! Here are some photos from the evening's festivities, so that you all can share in the joyous occasion.
Those of you who have been with us for a while and know me well, know that any time I do not get this newsletter out to you first thing on Sunday morning, it is because I have had a busy weekend. This weekend was no exception. Friday and Saturday I had way too many things scheduled for the space of one day, and each night ended with a kirtan. Of course for me the kirtan is not just one more frenetic activity, but the carrot at the end of the stick, the reward at the end of a
Confusion is defined as a lack of understanding about something; uncertainty. I had a run-in with confusion last night that for me really meant "I am clear about what I should do, but I want to do something else; therefore, I feel confused." The other night I was being all proactive and working on some things for a catering job I have this afternoon. Not trying to evoke creative genius and the favor of the Goddess of Cooking at the last minute was feeling so very good. And th