BY CYNDY CENDAGORTA As her friend fell sick while she fell in love, she realized we don't get to choose our miracles or our malignancies.
BY ELIZABETH BLUE The car that had been broken into wasn't mine. It wasn't his, either. Technically it belonged to his girlfriend – his primary partner of fifteen years.
BY JAMES SNOW Falling in love with someone in a foreign city poses the question: is it the person or the place I’m really in love with?
BY GILLIAN WILLS Wolfie the spirited lurcher brings his own brand of unbridled love home to a woman in a complex relationship.
What if you knew you'd be the last to touch someone? Ellen Bass draws us in to the brief moments of contact that fill our day and urges us to consider the fleeting nature of every life we meet.
Zen teacher and poet Norman Fischer on where and how poetry and Zen practice meet and interact.
BY SCOTT D. VANDER PLOEG When a popular TV show killed off its loved professor, a real-life teacher paused to consider the implications of what it means to share in the student-teacher bond.
BY CHAPIN CIMINO What stays with us over the decades: Navigating the grey mists of love and affection by the quirky light of a college friendship.
BY ELAINA EROLA A new assistant manager at RadioShack discovers that unbridled passion and a work promotion don't fit well together.
Huxley on the beatific vision of divine beauty that resides in Pure Interval and harmonious relationship, and experiencing the divine through architecture, music, sacred geometries and human relationships.