Skip to content →

Tag: compassion

Making a Life

You don’t need to make money. That’s what the reserves, mints, and banks do. There are trillions upon trillions of dollars, euros, pesos, dong, yuan, yen and a multitude of other currencies out there now, and with digital money, blockchain, and emerging cryptocurrency options, the shift toward global, immutable, secure, transparent, decentralized, cruelty-free money is pushing forward.

Leave a Comment

You’ve Already Succeeded

You’re not finished, and you’ll never get it all done, but you have already succeeded. You’ve pursued your mission, in one way or another, and while you certainly feel you haven’t done nearly enough—that you could be of better service, that you could be more at ease, and more profitable or productive—those ideas are based on industry, not on spirit.

Leave a Comment

Gently Incensed

If you’re like me, you have a tendency to be aware of, or to feel responsible for, the feelings and emotions of others. This can be a disorienting perspective, because you get into the habits of compromising, accommodating, and catering to their needs, at the cost of your own wellbeing.

For much of my life, I’ve done this in unhealthy ways.

Leave a Comment