Where, oh where, is my childhood?Read More
Is it possible to change your DNA? No, not turn on and off genes, but literally change your nature?Read More
Clutter is everywhere.
It's in every moment. Clutter is all the time.
It's every time.
Sometimes, clutter makes us feel relevant - it makes us feel like our space matters.
But then, in those moments where clutter isn't so prevalent, we see the shallowness of our clutter. We start to see how irrelevant our clutter is to that space we call...life. We begin to see what truly matters.
Do we experience most by learning from others or learning from - and about - ourselves?Read More
What is it that you’re seeking?Read More
Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. Shaped by YHWH, the beholder beholds him who is to be beheld.Read More
Don’t be fooled. Maintaining wellness is tough...Read More
I recently read a reviewed Ray Dalio's book on the life and work principles. It's one of the best books I've read on principles in my lifetime. I have been able to gather some really good insight into principled-driven behavior and management. Though I don't have my own company, I have a family for which I am responsible, and I have classes I teach, and I have myself (and my independent roles) that I must successfully manage. The great thing about this book is that it brought to the surface - a lot of personal issues - that I deal with.
Pain is progress, right?
For the purposes of this ‘short’ it doesn't matter if you disbelieve the story of one Jesus Christ and his experience on water during a raging storm in the Sea of Galilee. What matters is what you believe about his ability to remain true to self during times of difficulty, peril, perplexity, and tulmotuous times. There's something to be said about the person, who, during the most radical and most stressful times, can remain calm, steady, and content.
Stress is a great mirror into human motive and resiliency.
What does your response to stressful situation
Ye shall know the truth, and the truth is sometimes tough to digest...Read More