Albert Einstein once said, “Nothing happens until something moves.” The romantic notion of doing something is quite a nice experience. It’s comfortable, as we imagine sharing fish stew with our Sherpa at basecamp. It’s seductive, as we daydream from our home, our office, and our car. In the movie, The Secret Life of Walter … Continue reading Life isn’t Something to Get Through. It’s to Live.
I handed the crumpled piece of notebook paper to my first-grade teacher. It wasn’t homework or an assignment. It was just something I wrote, while sitting in the rumble seat of my parent’s Buick station wagon. “Oh my God; this is a poem”, she said. Something about the lightness of day and the darkness of … Continue reading Hey. Hey! The Universe is Talking to You.
“The best laid plans of mice and men go often askew and leave us nothing but grief and pain”. In 1785, Scottish poet, Robert Burns wrote, “To a Mouse”, addressing the small creature as a fellow mortal. In the poem, a farmer’s plow ruins this mouse’s nest in December, at the crack of winter. He … Continue reading Guilt, Worry, and Our Best Laid Plans
As Charles Xavier said, “Mutation is the key to our evolution.” Ongoingly, evolution is a slow and gradual process, but every once in a while, it takes a leap forward. “Brittany Runs a Marathon” is a movie based on a true story about a woman who’s sense of self-worth was deep in the gutter. She … Continue reading A Positive Mutation of Spirit
“You may find yourself living in a shotgun shack … and you may find yourself in another part of the world. And you may ask yourself, well … how did I get here?” – Once in a lifetime: The Talking Heads. If any of us were blindfolded and two days later, dropped in the middle … Continue reading You May Find Yourself