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I don’t think I’ll ever be finished figuring out how to improve my life.
And at 47, I still don’t think I’ve “peaked” yet… I still feel have time to get it right.
I know this could either be cute or ridiculous (or both) but it’s true.
Of course, “improve” is a relative and strictly personal assessment.
The English language is rife with clues pointing us toward not only our ability to go back and heal… But our impetus. There are so many words which offer us openings to activate shifts, growth, or perceptual upgrades.
Human beings are natural story tellers.
In fact, I would wager it was our first intangible art form.
Since we first began communicating with each other, we were telling stories, tales, fables, histories, mysteries, and myths of love, tragedy and magic.
We have always used story to learn, elucidate, educate and survive. Continue reading
As the world seems to be dragging into ever increasing darkness, With more mass terror, violence, and abject inhumanity unleashed… Naturally our own anger and fears are stirred. We also feel powerless to do anything about it. Continue reading
In honor of the Halloween season, where we symbolically confront our personal and cultural shadows…
I offer you a humble guide to the spirit realm for your comfort and convenience.
This small and simple effort makes no claim to be the last word on this complex topic of intangibility, the nature of reality, and in some senses, our very existence… Continue reading