I stayed up all night watching all the Matrix movies. Oh I hope to never grow up I soon came to realize while walking in the subway how brilliant and funny the metaphor of the Matrix and our perception of reality is. Today I manifested a career goal that I had pursued for about a decade; it was a great relief and sense of pulsating joy (the feeling of really being alive). Imagine you were rock climbing a very difficult terrain and after so much persistence the rush of enjoying the panoramic vie
I’d like to start this entry with Gratitude.
Here is an Irish Blessing
“May you always be blessed:
With walls for the wind,
A roof for the rain,
A warm cup of tea by the fire,
Laughter to cheer you,
Those you love near you,
And all that your
Heart might desire.”
I once had a conversation with a spiritual mentor about the big existential question "What is Life?" Well, Life is many different wonderful things! Through this perspective Life is what we experience on any level of t
Months ago I was told I should read this book. I found it at the library and read it nearly in one sitting. It's funny how life threads meaningful things at the exactly right time.
Jonathan Livingston Seagull was written by Richard Bach a former pilot and airplane mechanic. The original copy was first published in the early 1970's. Its a story about Jonathan Livingston, a seagull who wants to fly for the artistry of flight and not simply as a mode to find food (love the allegory; to me this
It's almost Winter Solstice and this is the true reason to give thanks for the darkness to go away. The days will become longer and wild flower season will be soon here.
The audio files by George Hutton serve a great purpose for me. However my mind accepts them, I am grateful. It's best to listen to them several weeks in a row, night after night for me. I feel a change or do I believe I feel a change? It doesn't matter, something is different and for the better.