Waiting to be exposed, I mean, publish.

Rationalizing voice: I have to wait to share this site with friends until I can produce enough perfectly awesome perfectly revised and perfectly edited content that can withstand criticism and ridicule. Fear/ Inner Critic: (My ego isn't ready! I can't be that vulnerable!) Rationalizing voice: I will have to wait until I figure out what this … Continue reading Waiting to be exposed, I mean, publish.

Changing the Landscape from the Inside Out

Each moment of life is a new moment, and we get to choose how to experience each one. We can label some moments as less useful than others; we can label a moment as boring, good, bad, nothing special, amazing; we can judge it as entirely purposeless or extraordinarily purposeful. The point is, we get … Continue reading Changing the Landscape from the Inside Out

Qs & Qs: Henry David Thoreau

  “I found thus that I had been a rich man without any damage to my poverty. But I retained the landscape, and I have since annually carried off what is yielded without a wheel-barrow.” --- Henry David Thoreau I thought it appropriate to begin my first “Quotes & Questions” blog post exploring a few … Continue reading Qs & Qs: Henry David Thoreau

On Getting High

I read a lot about addiction and this article below, by Tommy Rosen, published in the Elephant Journal, is a beauty! Many people distance or disassociate themselves from the word, "addiction" as it seems to connote something extreme, like the heroin addict living on the street half-dead, for example. That image does not apply to … Continue reading On Getting High