Tag: values

the great debate

it’s tough to engage paradigm shifting dialogue when everyone comes into it believing they’re right. it’s an unnecessary, childish heaviness that’s ineffective and destructive, at best. to move forward as a collective, we have to temper the fuck-you, knee-jerk reaction, and ground our concerns in greater compassion, and heart-centered, active listening. it sounds basic, but…


on service: a picture framed

quite often, we discount our efforts, especially the little ones. we negate our positive effect on the lives of others, because of how we look at (value) ourselves, and how we frame our world view; we colour the canvas with our preconceptions, paradigmatic programming, and ideas/beliefs of how we think others perceive us, our worth,…


unreliable identity

that which we identify with, owns us. all of our decisions, conscious, and unconscious, stem from that which has been, that which we associate with, that which we adhere to, and that which has been trained into us. in fact, exploring new and unfamiliar territory can be terrifying, for it dwells outside the mould, and…


a dwelling on the precipice

your truth is deep, invigorating, light. you can feel it, when you reconnect with real substance. your true self is beyond fear; your true self doesn’t fear your fears…it embraces them….


entitlement

entitlement is an interesting, pervasive, debilitating idea that’s handed down and passed around these days. …