Joseph Campbell said that when Alan Watts asked him, "Joe, what form does your yoga take?" Campbell replied, "I underline passages." Our yoga connects us with the truth at the heart of our existence, upholding us, calling us more fully into our life-- the life that is truly ours to live, though we might have to do something else to pay the bills. Another word for "yoga" is "art." What form does your art take? My art takes the form of photographic images and philosophic/spiritual/metaphysical discourse. My wife's art takes the form of arraigning furniture and sit-a-bouts, inside, and plants and flower beds, outside, in ways that are just right and pleasing to the eye and to the heart and soul. Our art brings us forth, makes us known to ourselves and to all those who take the time to see what they look at. Without our art-- except for our art-- we spend our time walking around failing to see what we look at. Our art engages us with our life-- with all of life-- and invites/enables us to come to life within the life we are living. What form does your art take? You can't make it up. Our art chooses us as surely as the wand chooses the wizard.