Equanimity knows no enemies.
Aim for Even offers observations–a dose at a time–in a year of days. Neither day nor dose is ever the same, even if the aim is.
KM Huber is a writer who learned Zen from a beagle. She believes the moment is all we ever have, and it is more than enough. In her early life as a hippie, she practiced poetry, and although her middle years were a bit of a muddle, she remains an overtly optimistic sexagenerian, writing prose. Her work has appeared in The Washington Post, Nasty Women Project: Voices from the Resistance, and Social ‘N Worldwide; her essays may be found at KM Huber’s Blog.
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