Category Archives: mind

The Point

Forget safety. Live where you fear to live… My friend and I were driving down the mountain after a day of skiing chatting in a conversation that bounced from one thing to another. When I asked her a question about being in love she said, “I’ve always been in love” and turned to me with […]

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Reign

Epiphanies are like blissful pops of clarity, to me. Soft subtle surprises of the very best kind. Lightning bolts of direction and understanding. Discoveries and oracles. Clarity in the crevices. Revelations and realizations. Sudden changes of being. They come in so many ways, a conversation, a mountain bike ride, practically choking on your water when […]

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The Dare

Knees bent! You want to skate instead of walk. Use your poles like this. Snow plow here. Keep your skis in the track. Oh yeah and relax your body! I was learning to Nordic ski this weekend. You know what it’s like learning a new skill with so many things you’re trying to keep track […]

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What isn’t love

I blinked. “Business is inherently selfish,” he said. I paused to see if he actually meant it. He did. I go more for the Kahlil Gibran version of business, “…work is love made visible”. There’s plenty of soulless work in the world. Not in my world. Not in yours. Where are you holding what isn’t […]

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Peace and Tolerating

While you’re cleaning out closets, and habits, ways of eating and being, and putting fire underneath those intentions to start a new year, consider this one… Where have you settled for tolerating and called it peace? There’s a difference and sometimes it’s nothing obvious. It’s in the subtleties, especially the more masterful you become. Peace is active. Tolerating is passive. […]

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