Some wise advice from a meditation master about a pragmatic approach to inner peace, just in time for the election.
Our fears manifest when love is non-pursued. To abjure the former, pursue the latter among many more.
No excuses – I’ll heal faster if I push through it! Exercise, weight loss, metabolic rate, injury and sticking with it.
This is going to seem counterintuitive to everything you have learned about self-confidence and self-esteem, but if you want to catapult into gratitude, become undeserving.
Reflections on 9/11/2001.
Why do we dedicate ourselves to making ourselves more miserable? Insight from Dr. Albert Ellis, a widely celebrated psychologist and one of the first cognitive behavioral theorists, as well as a spiritual point of view.
Three examples of advice about going lightly on oneself and others. Sometimes we have to examine the rigid patterns that our stories of ourselves have us locked into, and deviate somewhat.
The time has come for me to do the most terrifying thing in the world of the workaholic: ask for help, before it is too late.
This video is my new favorite to show people. I love the message of both personal responsibility and positive outlook. It is amusing, informative and cheerful. Please watch.
Reflections on the ministry teaching of telling others “It is well” and how it creates paradoxes, contradictions and necessary inconsistencies in my life.
Here is the song I was talking about in the video. It is not the traditional version. It is a modern version I like a lot.
The traditional melody and lyric is here, also beautiful: