PASTA week today, my wife and sons and I went to our boardwalk amusement park in San Diego. We rode the carousel, the Silly Submarine, the race cars, and played in the arcade. My sons were doing what they do best: having fun in the moment. My wife enjoyed herself, too, and we both took…
I’m sorry that I’ve allowed you to become an example.
I did not have a problem that needed resolution. I had a situation that needed perspective. Tracy P.Sometimes I have a hard time seeing past my past. Stuff happened that sometimes still haunts me and I find it difficult to move through it. Most times it comes in the form of unexplained emotional reactions or…
Being a man means embracing your past.
Want to see your future? What you see may shock you.___Imagine that you could glimpse into your future. Would it change you?Some people imagine that a vision of the future would change them: To see yourself in your successes, your loneliness, your struggles.We live life on cruise controlLife is every day. Every. Day.Each day, you…
You can own a lot of things, but you can’t buy more time.
A man discovers his path from darkness through a combination of resolve and desire. Here is how he silences his ghosts.
In order to live in the present moment, you need to be able to discipline your mind, become aware of the incessant conversations in which your mind engages, and stop the habitual and mindless thinking that takes you back to the past or into the future.
5 tips for tapping into your desire for more connection.
Your Past Doesn’t Define You
Dr. Alun Withey on the tangible effects of history and why he finds it so interesting.
I’m not alone in being troubled by how people suddenly disappear in life, right?
Matt Sweetwood has built himself a mental time machine. He is going to go back and change all the things that went wrong in his life. Here is how his journey went.
He’s gone and I’ll show him wrong.
Social attitudes towards sickness in a society at a time where records of medical encounters are frustratingly rare.
The fact is that sickness has always been a topic of conversation, and the similarities between us and our early modern contemporaries continues to astonish me.