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“Rise of Planet of the Apes,” reviewed by Judy Tart

Here’s an informal review of of the suspense/thriller/animation film “Rise of the Planet of the Apes,” by my friend Judy Tart. She lives in the San Francisco Bay area. –Janet *** *** *** “Rise of Planet of the Apes,” –the prequel” to “Planet of the Apes”–is far more than what one might think. The premise […]

Attention Shapes Our Reality–guest post by Judy Tart

I’ve been reading an interesting book, Rapt: Attention and the Focused Life, by Winifred Gallaher. I’ve run across a great definition of reality: Reality is an intentional, first-person experience that you construct from the material of attention. I’m having a hard time contradicting this definition. Though reality, I know, has been defined in many other […]

Walk Score…fight rising gas prices…Walk!

My friend Judy Tart (woman of wide-ranging intelligence and heart) has appeared on Riehlife several times in the Village Commons category. She is, in effect, one of the contributors to the Riehlife Blog-Magazine. Today she writes about a site that gives you a WALK SCORE. “You enter your address (or where you are thinking of […]

Love is a Place: Sister’s Ashes Find Natural Great Peace on Land She Roamed as a Girl

love is a place by e e cummings love is a place & through this place of love move (with brightness of peace) all places yes is a world & in this world of yes live (skilfully curled) all worlds Child and Hawk Dream by Judy Tart Please read my post on Love of Place: […]

Compassionate Grandmother of Cookie Sutra by Judy Tart

Judy Tart, my Rigpa sangha-sister, whom we’ve heard from before on two previous Riehlife posts as an eclectic reader and eco-activist, just got back from a 10 day vipassana retreat in Santa Barbara. Judy was gracious enough to share the Compassionate Grandmother of Cookie Sutra. Here is compassion practice with taste buds! Judy says that […]