This Week (May 24-30) Round-up of posts written from May 24–30, 2020. Topics include listening the voices in your head, academic rigor vs. vigor, Gus's commitment to his projects, and a pair of posts on meditation and time. Stephen Hebert Reader. Writer. Texan. Mystic? Teacher. Theologian. Mindfulness Wonk. Mystic? Buddhiscopalian. Houstonian. Human too. More posts by Stephen Hebert. Stephen Hebert 31 May 2020 • 2 min read Measuring What MattersEach of us has a god, an ultimate concern, around which we orient our days and lives.unruly buddhathe unruly buddhaListening to VoicesWriting often feels like listening to voices inside your head. Little snippets capture you, if you have ears to hear. You’ve really got to tune in, though.Stephen HebertStephen B. HebertRigor and VigorWhich word do you think best describes your classroom: rigorous or vigorous?Stephen HebertStephen B. HebertThe Bark of This Texas Elm is PinkSometimes, living the contemplative life means doing something that most people would only do when they are high.unruly buddhathe unruly buddhaThe Diamond of GloryOne of the hallmarks of your imaginative play, Gus, is that you are fully committed to it. Sometimes, I even have to ask you to come out of character and be Gus for a while.Stephen HebertStephen B. HebertI hope you find something you enjoy. Share with your friends and don't forget to subscribe! Have a wonderful weekend!Subscribe to sbhebert.com.Subscribe to the unruly buddha.