It does not take a tidal wave to enact change, just a slow study drip, each and every day.
Evil seeds might germinate our world, but I have to believe they will not overtake the garden because God is with us.
I’m left searching for words of comfort, but as we all know, words are impotent if they don’t reveal truth.
Middle age begs the question, what do I want to do with the time I have left?
Obviously, boot camp is for people who enjoy pain.
I ask my students to share a story about a time when they felt fully nourished. I don’t give them any parameters, just an open-ended question, I stand back and wait. Often during my ever so creative warm-ups, I’m faced with abject silence, averted eyes, and nervous twitter, but that would not be the case today.…
Can we find answers in an adventure?
Nothing is stagnant, regardless of how immutable you remain, life requires engagement and a good amount of discernment.
Lighting up memories.
The general idea is to fully encounter all the “sections” of your life, one at a time, even the really difficult ones.
If given the opportunity at a redo, I would not beat myself up and spend more time just being, rather than doing.
Creativity is coming to the aid of our aging minds.
Although a good script and supporting cast would be legendary, being a writer wearing pajamas is good enough.
On a rare night like this, I realize how small I am and how vast the solar system is.
Just in case you run into Kim Kardashian.
Human connections taught me the virtue of a great soul is to care for the whole universe, how to fill an empty house, and drink the blessed wine.