A few years ago, I was watching one of those History Channel specials on the people of World War II. You know; the greatest generation. Four words struck with me, when a journalist was interviewing one of the women from that time and he asked her: “You were a mom and a housewife and suddenly … Continue reading Being Human in a Time of Toxic Weakness
We inhale oxygen and release carbon dioxide, while trees take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen. We are not in the universe; we are the universe and it is us. Everything this universe is made up of, came from a singular, tiny point. No matter how far it expands, there’s nothing more and nothing less. … Continue reading Connection and the Universal Human
A few weeks ago, I was watching an episode of Killing Eve where the assassin, Villanelle was sitting at an outside table with her trainer, Dasha. While Dasha is probably in her 70’s, she’s still highly capable and works in a very dangerous profession where death can come at anytime from anywhere. As Dasha lit … Continue reading How to Look Ten Years Younger and Get More Out of Life
“Some say he hydrates by licking the moisture off the backs of ducks and that he sleeps inside out to replenish his epidermis. Rumor has it that he meditates more peacefully when he’s at least 100 yards from any Chrysler product and gets his fiber by eating the corks from used bourbon barrels. But for … Continue reading Wouldn’t it be Great if We All Introduced Ourselves as if We’re The Stig
I’m not the best yoga “instructor”. There. I said it. And you knew that. I can lead a good hatha class, but I’m not an asana expert. Those instructors who can take us though a flawless flow are amazing at what they do and I love it. Vinyasa baby! But … that was never … Continue reading Is That Yoga, or Just a Pose? And What Happens When a Monk Loses His Sh*t?