Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind.
-- Theodor Seuss Geisel (Dr. Seuss)


Tell me how you're doing today.

Tell me how you're learning to be present, how you're loving your life, or just trying to find your way to a regular practice of any sort...
  • Know a wonderful Web site you'd like to tell me about?
  • Got a Web Site of your own you want to share?
  • Really love or hate something you saw here and wanna get if off your chest?
  • Got some books you think I should read?
  • Some music I should hear?
  • Some people I should meet?
  • Some chores you've been neglecting?
  • A question you think I can answer, even though I probably can't?
  • Got a favorite poem, quotation, memory or other story to share? Feel free to send it, if you want...

    I'm glad you came by.

            - Randy

General Comments, Advice, Insights or Well-worn Wishes:
* Required Fields

* First Name:
* Last Name:
* Email:
Where ya from?
What do you do there?
How'd you find me?
Have you enjoyed any of these books?
I'm trying remember to update a list of some books I've enjoyed in recent times, and welcome your recommendations. Maybe we'll find we have some favorites in common. Maybe the next book that changes my life will be one you recommend... P.S. If you're thinking of buying any of these titles, why not try your local independent bookseller first? I know Amazon is easy, but the local folks really need your business, and we all need them, too.
Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight
        by Thom Hartmann
The Power of Now
        by Eckhart Tolle (review)
Waking Up In Time
        by Peter Russell
The One Bowl Book
        by Don Gerrard
When Things Fall Apart
        by Pema Chodron
Beyond Civilization
        by Daniel Quinn
        by Daniel Quinn
A Gradual Awakening
        by Stephen Levine
Fast Food Nation
        by Eric Schlosser
A Reasonable Life
        by Ferenc Maté
Long Quiet Highway
        by Natalie Goldberg
Bird by Bird
        by Anne Lamott
Visionary Business
        by Marc Allen
The Ender Series
        by Orson Scott Card
The Answer to How is Yes
        by Peter Block
For Common Things
        by Jedediah Purdy
A Walk in the Woods
        by Bill Bryson
Invisible Walls
        by Peter Seidel
Any closing thoughts or recommendations?

Copyright 1978 - 2024 by Randy Weeks
(This old site has been online since 1995... I'll redo it eventually, maybe...
Meanwhile, consider it a museum piece from the early web).

Thanks for visiting www.weeks.org
Your comments, questions, criticism, musings, yawnings and collaborative contributions are welcome.