Tag: society

not quite enough

there are any number of ways we can feel inadequate. we can look at our career, bank account, body, car, home, friends, church, school, city, country; anything. outward appearances afford us ample ammunition for self destruction and spiritual shrinkage. too easily, we forget these seeming realities are in actuality apparitions and tricks of light. we…


who am i?

i watched Teal Swan’s latest video “Why You Can’t Feel Loved for Who You Are” and it hit something really deep, like a sledgehammer to my heart. we’re so identified with our doing, our ego – and how our parents and society only ever validate and value our doings – that we have no idea…


the future

the pervasive nature of our linear existence can be our greatest foe. we have conditions and restrictions here that grind against the very flow of life. granted, that contrast is how we chose to explore our everything, how we define this physicality, and how we determine the scope of our emotional spectrum. the future, tomorrow,…


imaginary lines

the borders we define between our family around the world need to be transcended, and erased – at least insofar as they delineate separation in made-up economy, product, and competition. politics, world banks, debt and wargames are utterly irrelevant; cultures, values, languages, community, wisdom and the arts will always be our true substance. sure, i…


singularity

they talk about the 10,000 hours it takes to master something – a musical instrument, a language, a trade skill, a sport, etc. it is something i have experienced, in my own way, and perhaps gleaned useful insights. what we may get through an organized training system, or educational institution, is a fairly predictable process,…