I have been (purposely) media deprived for years now. It’s just too depressing. Lately, despite my best efforts to keep it at bay the world has been closing in around me through the chatter of people I care about – colleagues, friends, and family. Even though I, mostly, understand...
I’m looking at life in new ways. How refreshing. After spending a few decades thinking ‘I know’ and being drug through reality’s mud while holding on to the tail of that beast, I have landed squarely in the question,
Recently I was working outside on my laptop. A small florescent green bug came to roost. It marched back and forth on the top of the screen from one end to the other. It didn’t fly. It didn’t hop. It
When it is time to write these newsletters there is usually at least one thing happening in my life that I believe would also be pertinent to you that I’d like to write about. My choice is not
I’ve just returned from my 2009 sabbatical desert journey – a time of reflection, peace, centeredness. A time to find Me. (How is it that I keep getting lost?) I learn so much just by observing the world that is
Transformation’s Struggle One day a small hole appeared in a cocoon; a man, who happened to be passing by, spent hours observing the butterfly that worked to exit the cocoon through the small hole. After some time, it was
I recently returned from my annual sabbatical journey to the desert. A place of refreshment, grounding, meditation, peace, connection with Spirit. It was my eighth year. Always, always it takes me back to what I call ground-zero – back to
Who Am I? I regularly ask myself, “Who am I? What is my life about – today?” My desire is to always live from my core values. That is the bulls eye around which all other goals fall.