Hi - I'm Cheryl, a mom, hospice nurse, and practicing Buddhist. I'm more of a be mild person that a be bold one, but while I'm very easy going and love collaboration, I'm not a push-over or easily bullied. I'm only an occasional editor here, so I'm involved in very few controversies. If you have a question about any edits I've made or pages I've worked on, please do drop me a note on my talk page or the discussion page of the article. I think people should certainly feel free to make edits, but when changes are made to established articles, it's just being courteous to introduce oneself.
The reason I came here in the first place was to develop the Order of Interbeing pages here. I'm a member, so I have tried very hard to stay as editorial and neutral as possible, but ultimately I wanted to illustrate to the other OI members that our own wiki pages would be a good idea. The opinion of many of the group was that Wikipedia is a bad place - that people make changes willy nilly, are rude, and the facts are often, well, waky with little regard for being thoughtful or collaborative about content. I have moved much of the work I've done here to those pages, but haven't been successful in convincing the OI to embrace wiki, so there is little else there.
My plan is to develop an article on "Right Mindfulness" and re-work the current Mindfulness page, since it's kind of all over the place right now (let's face it, it's a mess with religions and psychology trying to co-opt a simple word!). But who knows when I'll be able to get to it at this point; and who knows what trouble I'll stir up.
Oh, and my new superpower is bending people to my will - I thought it was invisibility, since I can't seem to get sales people in stores to notice me. I like this one better!