I write this second introduction during the Covid pandemic that began in 2019 and continues into the year 2022. Although we have been advised to socially distance, we know we cannot continue the social separation and that we will need to find a way to
‘We teach what we most need to learn.’ – Richard Bach
This aphorism has proven quite true in my own life. Knowing this has helped me make peace with the part of me that is still, and I imagine always will be, learning what I teach.
During my recent travels through middle America, I have been contemplating ‘the middle way’, a path discovered and taught by the Buddha in his search for enlightenment and freedom from suffering.
The Middle way is a spiritual practice that embraces balance in all things, avoiding both extreme asceticism
It has been quite a while since I last wrote as I have been taking time to contemplate how to best be of service through this ongoing time of great change and uncertainty.
Writing this letter, one that expresses an under represented opinion from the mainstream narrative, has been
Why would we want to explore death?
It may sound rather morbid at first consideration and yet my experience is that this practice awakens more joy than any other that I have encountered.
How could this be so? Because at the root of all of our fears lies the fear