Transformation happens when we face that which scares us most. A quick glance inside typically won’t do. Transformation is also about getting in contact with our desires; connecting and acknowledging that which burns inside of us. I believe humans have a huge capacity to hold emotions and desires inside a complex system of avoidance andContinue reading “Today’s Thoughts”
Monthly Archives: March 2017
Diversion – two stories of trajedy and disollusionment
Read any news site today and you’ll find two very different tragedies that have galvanized the world. One for it’s scope and devastation; the other for its brutality. Both stories look for answers to the unanswerable – the death of innocent lives born from an anger buried deep within the two perpetrators. It is alsoContinue reading “Diversion – two stories of trajedy and disollusionment”
A manual for living
The decision to take action comes with risk. Some times we come out on top and other times we don’t. Since there is no “manual for living”, everything we do is a grand experiment. The question is this – can we accept the outcomes as they are? This is where our ability to reflect andContinue reading “A manual for living”
Massive: Things that go “bump” in the night.
I awoke with my heartbeat in my throat. I wasn’t sure, but my instincts told me something was alive, in me and outside. From my blurry sleep I caught the dark, massive shadow arch across the bedroom wall opposite to the window. I didn’t move. I lay motionless as if frozen to the bed. OnlyContinue reading “Massive: Things that go “bump” in the night.”
Are you happy in your current position? Does your business give you the feeling of success? Does your team have a common focus or goal? If you answered “no” to any these questions, then perhaps your problem is that you and your business lacks a plan. So here’s my “tip for the day” – makeContinue reading “Why plan?”
The story of sugar: there’s nothing sweet about it.
I highly recommend reading this article by Karen Kingston – Why sugar in our diet is like clutter in our home. I am an advocate of a sugar-free diet. I believe we are all addicted sucrose and fructose because it’s hidden in virtually everything we eat; even the reportedly healthy stuff. Give this a readContinue reading “The story of sugar: there’s nothing sweet about it.”
Can you express yourself in a debate without blaming the other party? I recently read an article where an opinion was expressed about the “lack of intelligent debate” in our country today? Why is this? Can we not have a difference of opinion, yet still come to some kind of working conclusion that doesn’t leaveContinue reading “Debate”