“I spend far too much time on my devices” my brother sheepishly remarked during a recent call. “Even when we are watching TV, we still find ourselves on our devices chatting or playing games – we are so addicted to our devices” I listened and mumbled in agreement thinking to myself about how much IContinue reading “Seneca: On the Shortness of Life”
Category Archives: Wisdom
Having Clarity in Times of Confusion
“We are already taxed by the stresses of life so when we succumb to negative content, we drain our energetic resources further.”
When was the Last Time You Held a Book?
Books honor the human condition. They keep our traditions alive, awaken our imagination and put our little ones to sleep.
The Importance of Movement
“Movement is also about taking action in your life to change behaviors and beliefs that are holding you back. ”
Purpose and Presence
Good day to you. It’s Monday – how’s your life outlook? I remind myself – and you as well – that this is another day of opportunity; a chance to shine and be brilliant. So regardless of what’s happened this past weekend, I hope that you are experiencing clarity and excitement for the potentials ofContinue reading “Purpose and Presence”
The Three Modes of Material Nature
As preposterous as the world may seem at times, what’s truly important is how we feel about ourselves and the lives we live. Everything else is just our actions and reactions to that world and circumstances. I thought about this after reading chapter 14 of the Bhagavad Gita (The Forces of Evolution). In the chapterContinue reading “The Three Modes of Material Nature”
The Wisdom Path Podcast
“Stories are the message in a bottle from shores some else visited first” Bill Moyers Stories have been guiding us since the cave paintings of Altamira in Spain. They are oral (and visual) representations of how we interpret our experiences in and of the world. Here is a sample from one of my podcasts withContinue reading “The Wisdom Path Podcast”
Spirituality and the Digital Age
But how do we find a balance between the thrill of innovation and the need for the contemplation required to keep us healthy and grounded?
Getting back on the horse
It’s has been several months (five to be exact) since I sat before a computer screen to post. The reason for my absence is unimportant. What matters is I’m back and it time to start writing again. So, as I stare at this page, I ask myself – what can I contribute to the worldContinue reading “Getting back on the horse”
Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth…Oscar Wilde Its the holiday season. Christmas shopping is about to hit it’s crescendo and our calendars are full of dinners and parties. Speaking of those parties, notice the shallow, often light heartedContinue reading “The Mask”