Not Knowing?

Not Knowing?

Over the many decades of my life I’ve become more content with ‘not knowing’ and being at peace with the notion that everything doesn’t need an explanation. The multifaceted education I received within this lifetime has shown me that no matter how fixed our mindsets...
Risk and Reward

Risk and Reward

As I sit here reflecting on how my life improved and not when I took chances, I now wonder if the most difficult risk we can take is to be honest with ourselves about the rewards that come from the risks. For me, the rewards sometimes come with great loss, heartache...
Aim Higher

Aim Higher

We’re in the midst of a crisis of consciousness. The past says consume more goods, burn more fossil fuels, fish out the oceans, continue to fight with one another, follow the spin doctors, get as much as you can, might makes right, bigger is better, competition beats...
Not Knowing

Not Knowing

  Have you ever been lost? I mean really lost in a place you didn’t know with no one to help you find your way? Maybe it was hiking in the mountains after dark due to a miscalculation or sailing on the ocean or Great Lakes in the fog with no GPS. Then there are those...
Seeing Through the Illusion

Seeing Through the Illusion

As I was searching for bloggers who write on spirituality this past week I came upon Christine Horner’s blog on consciousness. She spoke about ‘separation consciousness’ and ‘lifting the veil.’ “Separation consciousness is the belief that we are separate from one...
Take It Easy

Take It Easy

In nineteen seventy two an unknown band called the Eagles released their first album and became famous. One of the most popular tracks was a song titled ‘Take It Easy.’ It was written by Jackson Browne and Glenn Frey and spoke to slowing down and not getting to big...