Connecting with the World Outside

I forget that it’s all inside. There are the five elements – earth, fire, water, air, and ether. The first four are well-recognized ancient building blocks of everything. The fifth one is occasionally… Continue reading

Looking for … a State of Grace

I call upon the Mover of the Universe today, asking for just a little help. I find a need for fortitude — a boost to make it through this tiring dog-eat-dog world. I’m… Continue reading

Migration

I grew up in a place that was short on beauty and long on heat, sand, and wind. Wildlife consisted primarily of rattlesnakes and “horny toads” (little horned lizards). The place was flat… Continue reading

Quantum Creativity

How are you creative? Some people apply known principles in new ways to create a new result. Other people generate original ideas that revolutionize our thinking in a specific area; they aren’t merely… Continue reading

Sehnsucht

The Sehnsucht ebbs and flows in my life. It is flowing more than ebbing right now, and I feel it’s in a bit of a whirlpool with no exit. It’s rather unsatisfying. Sehnsucht… Continue reading

Where will the Hawks Rest Now?

I pass a couple of small groves of mature trees on my almost daily trip to take my youngest daughter to school. I love these mature trees, and the local hawks are seen… Continue reading

I Could use a little Spring in my Life

Sometimes I feel stuck. Not in every aspect of my life, but in a particular place or two that isn’t fulfilling or the way that I want it to be. I usually watch… Continue reading

Aliana’s Love Story

It’s easy to talk about love, and it’s another thing to live it. Many times, love doesn’t look all that fun and smells strongly of responsibility, dependability, and a loss of freedom. I… Continue reading

Love has Forgotten No One: A Book Review

Gary Renard’s book, Love Has Forgotten No One, dialogues about his spiritual practices in real life and tools. As A Course in Miracles (ACIM) teacher, Mr. Renard is showing off when to use… Continue reading