Books honor the human condition. They keep our traditions alive, awaken our imagination and put our little ones to sleep.
Like the industrial revolution and the printing press before this, DX will change the world as we know it…only this time, faster and more disruptive than before.
Peace is only possible in the moments when our consciousness is unified. Leave the present moment and you loose your peace of mind.
With much anticipation, we have begun recording creatives and storytellers for the Wisdom Path Podcast. With a heavy duty schedule of recording happening now, soon we will be releasing inspired stories of creativity from people in the world of literature, fine arts and life. Please look for updates at http://www.facebook.com/wisdompathpodcast/ or on InstagramContinue reading “The Wisdom Path Podcast – Launching soon!”
Woke up this morning, grasping for a way to be grounded. I wanted to feel different or feel something “better than” yesterday. Feeling like crap and wondering if anything would ever change. Questioning everything. Have you ever woken up, wondering how is today different than yesterday, than last year, than five years ago? Yesterday wasContinue reading “The Grasp Behind the Want”
How do I prepare for personal and spiritual growth? What skills or tools do I need to help me build fortitude and clarity (and why?). The first step is a practice or ritual that starts my day off. I’m talking about meditation. I’ve been practicing meditation since 2012. I have watched meditation explode in recent months,Continue reading “Step One – The Stillness”
I am not an island or a rock… These words come to me as I prepare to launch this chapter of my weekly blog practice. You see, I am on a journey of self discovery – a journey 8 years in the making. With the half century mark approaching in seven months, I want toContinue reading “Day One – The Journey”
My son passed this comment as we headed for his swim class – “I really don’t want to go to swimming, but I’m going to” – as if he wanted me to approve a decision that would avoid his afternoon workout. I could see he was looking for an out. No such luck today. IContinue reading “Teaching a Boy the Importance of Doing: A Father’s Practice”