Having wandered through a great many spiritual practices over the decades, here’s what I learned that might be useful.
Good For The Soul
— In my Sunday morning Aikido Seminar the strong, wise French Sensei instructed us in the Art of the Jo, the wooden staff. Through her interpreter, she said, “Enter the attack and die with honor.” That has resonated, ever since. And I’ve trained in Aikido for 30 years. The Lesson: Be present, surrender to winning…
Gen X suffered to make geek culture mainstream. You’re welcome.
Mindfulness has been on my mind lately.
There is something about the smells of a kitchen that put a smile on my face!
This day is unique. The people we encounter, the words we speak, the exact way this day unfolds will never be repeated.
What are you willing to give up to be your own greater than self?
What kind of condition is your heart in?
There is neither beauty nor freedom in perfection.
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The power of something greater to soothe a broken heart.
To me, nature is sacred. The trees connect those two essentials: books and fresh air.
We all strive to become our greater than versions on the journey through life. Yet, that doesn’t happen alone.
I didn’t know what to expect at my high school reunion. But I knew I had to go.
Taking a generous swig of coffee I wait for the light to change at the intersection of Hamilton and Leigh.
In creating Art in our life, we use our powers for good, not evil.