Tag: mindfulness

finding a pulse

it’s rare we speak with conviction and power, save the plentiful moments when we’ve reached the end of our ropes, when something has triggered us; when we are primarily reactive and defensive, rather than in our truth, strength, and vulnerability….


it’s not a time thing

no time is wasted. while we employ its linear concept to organize and plan and schedule our lives, it doesn’t really factor in to the grand scheme of all things….


critics

it seems only too often i let the old program of “what am i doing with my life?” permeate my presence. i think it’s a malevolent, manipulative and entirely unnecessary quantification we drag along in our culture….