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Tao Te Ching: About The Way

The Way – cannot be told. The Name – cannot be named. The nameless is the Way of Heaven and Earth. The way, of how life happens, cannot be told. The name, of that which makes life happens, cannot be named. This nameless is The Way of Heaven and Earth; in other words, it is […]

The Powerful Story: Tragedy or Triumph?

“So, what are you going to do about it?” he asked again. Listening to his friend lamenting his pitiful circumstances, this was the only question that made any sense. Even so, instead of answering the question, the habit was to respond lamely yet again. “My day started off badly, and three years ago that other […]

Opportunity or Disaster? The Bane of Change

A fog rolled in, quietly slithering in low to the ground, imperceptible at first until it was too late to escape the chill soup. It’s not You, it’s the It! What the…? Do you even know what you’re talking about? It! It’s the It, man! You’ve got it, and typically, we’ve all got it in […]

Gates of Perspective

How you look at things determines what you see. Difficult experiences cast a shadow upon the lens of the soul, as many express the limiting perspectives these experiences create. Recognizing and making choices to push beyond a limiting perspective yields enormous potential. The challenge I’m finding now is combining head and heart without burning out.

Faithful Emotions | The Inner Experience | Life Experience

From the archives September 29, 2005 The sad clown attracts us and evokes a feeling of sadness and compassion. Have you ever noticed that the sadness and compassion really feels like it is for you? Often we live our suppressed emotional experiences through some other external situation, mainly entertainment. Once we’re in a safe environment, […]

Poetry; Life’s Bitter-Sweet Ecstasy

Gazing down into the rich creamy darkness remembering this emptiness of daily life textured rich as a chocolate fondue; staring lost in the black glistening nothingness swallowed by the thick creamy melt-in-your-mouth savored taste of life diminished bite by bite until, a pleasant bitter-sweet after taste holds an empty wrapper, recalls the solitude lost on […]

Anger | Bridge Over Troubled Water | Patience, Love, God

From the archives An interesting event occurred yesterday (June 8, 2006) that revealed anger to be an opportunity. I was walking back home after an appointment downtown in the morning and had an encounter with a rude motorist. I gestured a “what gives” posture as I tried to cross at the intersection, on the pedestrian […]

The Mind is Such a Tool !!

One the old site, I wrote a piece called a Spiritual Guide. It was written in response to a name-blame-game that objectified these little monsters in your life that sabotaged you. These monsters were called Gremlins based upon Taming Your Gremlins book popularly used by Life Coaches and Career Coaches. Still relevant in a metaphorical […]

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