The Buddhist poet Gary Snyder wrote that spiritual practice is not just about praying, meditating, worshipping and so forth. It is about everything you do: making breakfast, washing the dishes, doing the laundry, even playing baseball I suppose. As long as you do what you are doing with intention, it is all part of your spiritual practice.
Soulmailing is about spiritual practice as a day-to-day concern. It’s about the challenges of everyday life, and the experience of life over the long haul, framed as a spiritual journey. I will not say it’s spiritual but not religious, because religion is part of it. So is music. And literature. And running. And baseball. And family. And love. All mean a great deal to me, so all are part of my daily practice.
And all find their way into this blog, because writing is how I express myself the best. I hope in these writings you find something of yourself, as well.