Last March, some of us thought that this would all be over by Easter. Then when it wasn’t, we thought, “Maybe by the summer.” The lush summer came and went; everything turned red, gold, and brown; it got cold. “Maybe by the new year.” Each expectation leads to another disappointment. The disappointments feed our angst like a greedy child devouring cookies.
Firewalls have bogged down our operating system so much that we don’t even know what Someone designed us for in the first place.
It’s the holiday season, the season for glad tidings and cheer! I bet many people think they don’t want to deal with the proverbial “comfort and joy.” So for all of the Grinches, the naysayers, the Scrooges, and the Negative Nancies, this post is for you. It’s also for the depressed, the depleted, the mildly […]
Act justly, forgive freely, remain teachable. This is how we will continue to evolve. This is how we will effect change in our society.
Work was a hustle, I was lonely, and felt like a stereotype of who I was. I learned that I was suffering from spiritual pride.
God isn’t walking about here on this earth, swiping his card at the Starbucks.
How to do we cope when life tosses a balloon full of oil-based paint into the cogs of our daily groove.
When we let go of being perfect, we can become authentic.
My dad is an amateur musician. He started playing the guitar when he was 14 years old, playing along with the Kingston Trio, learning finger picking from Peter Paul and Mary, taking bluegrass classes from the guy up the street, and quietly swearing through Bach. By the time I came along, he was an accomplished […]
When we seek to understand our own motivations and inner wiring without judgment or criticism, then we will have more inner peace.