five sensible tips on taking our time to take it all in

Life in the modern age can seem to be all consuming. I know I find it that way sometimes. Read the rest...

how to maintain your cool in un-cool situations

I gotta tell you, when it rains sometimes it pours but, the hallmark of the mature, fully functioning, self-actualized person is the ability to be cool, calm and collected when caught up in the inevitable crap storms daily life delivers. Read the rest...

how you define yourself can shape your future

How do you define yourself? Do you define yourself as your work? If you are a lawyer do you cross examine your family? Read the rest...

happiness is not a target, it is a state attainable by being in the present

Happiness…we all crave it, seek it, work for it, demand it, command it, embrace it, and bathe in it. Read the rest...

five ways to tap into and trust your intuition

Listening to your intuition is one of the most powerful assets you can carry in your savings account of personal development tools. Read the rest...

vanquishing lost dreams and regret

Louise E. Boone, emeritus professor of business at the University of South Alabama was quoted to say “The saddest summary of a life contains three descriptions: could have, might have and should have”. Read the rest...

we mortal

living every moment to its maximum

A revelation came to me the other day while on a long and steep bike ride. I realized, I am not getting out of this alive. Read the rest...

giving your hope and approval

I was listening to Jack Kornfield’s lecture on Generosity this morning. It is really beautiful and a great way to spend the morning. Hear it at http://diydharma.org/audio/by/artist/jack_kornfield

What struck me is his intimation that giving ones blessing to another is an act of generosity. Read the rest...

three powerful tools in stress management

Stress is becoming a major problem in the U. S. and will likely get worse before (or if) it gets better. That’s the bad news. Read the rest...

taking the first steps in a long journey

I was just reflecting on my neighbor was a non-functioning alcoholic. I found his body about four years ago after nobody had seen him for a while. Read the rest...

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