Tag Archives: mind

Roller-coasting Through Life

There I was, sitting in the passenger seat of our car for 6 long hours as we drove towards our destination. With each mile past, I was that much closer to a reality that I had tried not to think about for years. Maybe I thought that by avoiding thinking about it, I could somehow […]

Knowledge without Action

Since I was a child, I have had this reoccurring dream that I’m running through the neighborhood as fast as I can, jumping fence after fence after fence. It’s always clear that someone is chasing me, but I’ve never turned to see who it is. This dream reminds me of how life presents a series […]

No Apologies: The Infinity of Prosperity

After last week’s post, What I’m Driving, What’s Driving Me, I received a message from a good friend of mine. (If you haven’t read it, I told a story about how in a serendipitous turn of events, the Universe provided for me, at a time when I really needed it). My main message was that […]

My God is greater, Edward is hotter, and other pointless arguments

Christian vs. Atheist; Republican vs. Democrat; M.D. vs D.C.; Vegan vs. Meat-itarian; Edward vs. Jacob. You’d think we all lived on separate planets with all of the divisions we’ve created. For some reason, we feel we have to fight these ‘versus’ wars in order to convince others of our truth. But if everyone believes that […]

Spring Cleaning: Mental EDITion

Spring is here and it’s time to clean house. I’m not talking about mopping the floors and scrubbing the bathtub, though I probably should do that too; right now I need to clean out the cobwebs from my mind. With a particularly tough year behind me, I’m going to need a really good broom! The […]