We texted them this morning and they haven’t gotten back to us. The non-response leaves a huge gap. So, our mind begins to construct a story to fill it in and that story is the worst possible and/or outlandish scenario our creative mind can manifest. It could be anything from a car accident to a … Continue reading Why Do We Do This to Ourselves?
Midnight, at the crossroads of highways 49 and 61, Robert Johnson sold his soul to the devil. He handed his guitar to ... let's just call him the Devil, who tuned it, played a few songs and handed the instrument back to Johnson and he became one of the greatest blues guitarists of all time. … Continue reading Let’s Make a Deal with the Devil; Sort of.
When we think of people who’ve achieved what we might call “guru status”, we come up with names like Mother Theresa, The Dalai Lama, Martin Luther King, or Mahatma Gandhi. But then, there are some who’ve played a much more intimate and personal role in an individual’s life and although they aren’t Jesus-level status, they … Continue reading Looking for Gurus: A Self-Defining Endeavor
I went to college later than most, so by my junior year, I was like 22 or 23. One day, in political science class, the professor makes an analogy, comparing something to Nazi Germany. Right then, this 18-year old girl interrupts him and says, “I’m appalled to hear you say that.” Uh, maybe I wasn’t … Continue reading The Moment I Realized I Wasn’t Very Smart and How it Changed Me
This is my second attempt at this article. I took the first one down, because I realized the approach was all wrong. How we express something is just as important as what we’re expressing. Thank you for the opportunity and thanks for reading. With that in mind … In his book, Survival of the … Continue reading The Design of Friendship is to Multiply Joy