“In the most subtle of things, may you find real joy in living; in hallways and intersections and all of the world’s imperfections there are still these places where the light gets in.” – Morgan Harper Nichols
In the book, Wilderness: The Gateway to the Soul, by Scott Stillman, he writes, “Time is precious, we shouldn’t waste it. Really? Is time precious? What’s more precious, time or the present moment? Up here, clock time is gone. Distractions are gone. In their place – peace, pure essence. The essence of life.” He writes
Lessons from the mat…. While in yoga class, my instructor said, “It’s not just flexibility and strength, but rather a compliment of the two.” When thinking about flowing through yoga poses, what she said makes good sense; flexibility and strength make for an easier flow and when depending on one more than the other, it
“No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man.” I heard this Heraclitus quote a few years ago and it is one that has continued to resonate with me. It is so simple, yet truly profound if you stop and think about it.
There is a need to cultivate presence into our lives. The future may or may not show up, so why are we living for the future? Time has us. We are in time-bound consciousness. It will never get better than now; Desiring a future better than this present moment is living an illusion because it
Three times over the past few weeks, I have wanted to climb Mt. Sniktau. With an elevation greater than 13,000 feet, it makes sense to get an early morning start. Each of those three mornings, the alarm went off at 4am and after checking the weather, I decided not to go. Weather changes rapidly on the
The #1 personal goal of people in the United States is to lose weight. It’s not to make more money, nor find the love of your life. It’s to lose weight. 93% of people’s calories come from processed foods and animal foods. There is a connection here, or I guess I should say a disconnect.
The journey of self-discovery… It’s inconvenient to execute the long journey of self-discovery. It’s hard. Are you ready to look inward and make changes? Are you living up to your potential? Are you ready to think deeply about what is possible? If you are ready, I am willing to commit to help you, challenge you,
Quite often people are waiting for something to happen before they change their lives. The reality is, when you change your life, big things are more likely to happen. It is time to stop waiting and start changing. What change would serve you well? Do you need to lose weight? Do you want to eat
How long will you live? 100, 90, 80, or are you chosen for a shorter life? How many days does that equate to? Will today be the last one? Will tomorrow? Or will it be years from now? The truth is you have no idea. Although you don’t know your exact amount of time, what