The Buddha was once asked if he was a god to which he replied “No.” “Are you a wizard, then?” “No.” “Well, are you a man?” “No” he said. Confused […]
Life regularly spins out of control, beyond my ability to keep it in check. Road blocks appear from nowhere or I look around my self and realize that I have […]
The further along the difficult path of spirituality I started long ago the more clear it has become that the answers I seek are less likely to be found among […]
In order that I may understand the path to peace: Let me be able, upright, and authentic, impeccable with my word, gentle and caring. Let me be content and easily […]
I often talk about “Now” as being the only time we ever have without really addressing the bigger question: How much time do we really have? That question can be […]
“People are hypocrites” she proclaims. “No one lives the life they want.” I have said those same words myself, or something similar, though it probably contained expletives and self […]
I’ve been posting this on my Facebook page for a few years now so I thought this year I’d share it here. At least once a year: Watch the […]
Life is all about discovery. When we are born we discover the most amazing things: the world develops before our very eyes and as we grow it expands as if we, ourselves, are the gods that create it moment by moment.
Now is all we ever have. But in this moment, here, now, I can’t help gazing into the future to see us, together, there, now, looking back on us, here, […]
There are basically only two Paths in life: Reactive and Proactive. The Consequential Life is primarily an Unconscious Path. Shit happens and you instinctualy respond. How you respond dictates where […]
I’m not sure when I scribbled this poem on a loose sheaf of note paper (now in the “Final” file along with empty cans and banana peals as all illegible […]
Time is as often friend as foe. It flows steadily. Never ending. We can tell ourselves that it is an illusion. That only “Now” exists. But that’s a half truth. […]
A few readers have asked where my sense of spirituality comes from. What, exactly, do I believe? Big questions. Obviously, I believe in the Divine Feminine. I do not share […]
Time. For many years I thought I would have enough time to do all the things I wanted to do. Hike the Continental Divide. Sail to the Galapagos. Explore pre-Mayan […]
In the Tarot the Hermit stand alone on the top of a mountain with lantern held out to see and to illuminate. He is both student and teacher and he tells us that the answers we seek can be found within.
As published in Elephant Journal 8/5/17 I see a young woman punished by a mind that differs from my own pushing a shopping cart through the dregs of […]