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On Being Human

Ups and downs, good days and bad are all part of living life. It won’t always be easy sailing. This doesn’t even take into account that catastrophe’s do happen in people’s lives. I’m simply talking about getting up and going about the same business you usually do, and just thinking and feeling, “Wow, this is a crappy day!” And you know what? It’s okay. We aren’t always on top of our game. Take a look […]

Crow’s Call Revealed

As the crow brings wing to a taunting call and the float plane drones on overhead I am seated firmly on the old cedar log secure in the resplendent nature that surrounds me I fantasize about life with coffee on hand and cigarette smoldering between fingers With one last drag and licking of lips I exhale, as I toss it all away The worries and troubles with taunting call have winged away as fantasy arrives […]

Lose Yourself to Feel Good

Denial: I have to wonder what this is really all about. Over the decades, as psychology has gone more mainstream, it has infiltrated every aspect of our lives culturally and socially. It’s in our health coverage plans, employee benefits, in the movies, sitcoms, and even more in the advertisements. I’d say they’re having an influence upon our self and group consciousness. Earlier, I caught myself asking a question to seek the opinion of someone else […]

Tweedle-Ant chats to Iman-Ant – Something About Life & Existence

There I was hovering over a busy ant-hill when thought I heard something. I leaned in a little closer to see what it was. You won’t believe it, but I’ll share it anyway. “Do you suppose there is any rhyme or reason to any of this?” Dweedle-Ant posed. “He He He! Of course, Mant! Of course! Just take a look at that cute little heiny and tell me that ain’t no reason. That’s a reason!” […]

Napoleon Hill, Andrew Carnegie First Meeting | Success Principles

Napoleon Hill audio shares the story of his first meeting with Andrew Carnegie and stories about his commission to write the Carnegie Success philosophy. During this time he interviewed a number of notable successful businessmen including Henry Ford. This video presentation shares some of the wisdom gained through his relationship with Andrew Carnegie and the writing of the Carnegie Success philosophy.

You know… No, really – You Know

Okay, so you might think I’ve got my act together with all the wonderful advice that seems to come from what I write. Why, how, where, what… ugh… Sometimes, I wonder where it comes from, why I have to share it, who really cares, does it really matter, and so on. Oops… Did I just admit that out loud on my blog? For all the great words of wisdom that seem to spout from lips […]

Truest Challenge

To truly love. Repeat it, carefully and slowly. Let it sink in. No, really, stop reading for a second and just let the phrase, “To truly love,” really seep into your senses. I want you to feel it and its’ ramifications. What I noticed as I contemplated the phrase in its’ enormity, was an expanded energy toward embracing every aspect of what exists, both good or bad, without judgement, only pure love and acceptance. Ouch! […]

Attachments Disappoint – Let’s Question, Talk, Share, Discuss, and Understand

There is something teasing at the edges of my mind. I’m going to do my best to express it. Life is to be lived. Worry kills life. Love inspires life. Anger, it may be a disguise for love, but the only reason you site in anger is you fear going to where love wants you to go. Attachments are deadly. Being attached to people is sure to lead to disappointment. Being attached to ideas is […]

Are We Awakening? | Civilizations Crossroads | Death of Society

From the Archives December 2004 I lay here wanting sleep, yet morbidly fascinated with the mood of my body and the thoughts of my mind reflecting on the state of my being and the state of my community. I see the paradox of existence, with a burning desire to follow a higher call into the battle for spirit; an awesome challenge during a time of such materialism. Our separation from spirit is so complete that […]

The Dance of Life | Living Joyously, Creatively, Abundantly

Waking up as a little boy the excitement for the day’s adventure pumped through my veins and lit up my eyes. I’d look out the window at the bright sunshine, the hay fields, and the expansive blue skies and magical clouds. Once out in the freedom of the day, with no responsibilities, I’d hop, skip, jump, and run with joy, wonder, and excitement. Somewhere along the way, I began to remember and learnt about cause […]

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