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I admit I was entirely arrogant at first. I spent my first yoga class judging my ability, flexibility and balance as a means to determine whether I liked it or not. After that first class I thought proudly, that was easier than people make it sound. I didn’t go back again until a year later, the point at which a new tightly-wound roommate drove me so crazy that I found myself looking for excuses to get out of the house.…Continue
The Cherokee people call the river "long woman" as the she curves past their villages. A group of uptown New Yorkers call a woman who is taller than five-foot-five inches "a tall drink of water", as she sways past their stoop. Myths have portrayed water deities as female since the beginning of time: Oshun from Africa, Aphrodite from Greece, Ganga from India, and the Seal Woman of the Irish.
Water is a simple and essential substance, one with which we interact…Continue