Books honor the human condition. They keep our traditions alive, awaken our imagination and put our little ones to sleep.
As preposterous as the world may seem at times, what's truly important is how we feel about ourselves and the lives we live. Everything else is just our actions and reactions to that world and circumstances. I thought about this after reading chapter 14 of the Bhagavad Gita (The Forces of Evolution). In the chapter... Continue Reading →
Like the industrial revolution and the printing press before this, DX will change the world as we know it...only this time, faster and more disruptive than before.
I believe the more we come together to discuss what troubles us, in a civil manner, the better for all. But when we make decisions based on “beliefs”, versus real personal experience/knowledge or a viable eminent threat, we tread down a rabbit hole…quickly.
Can I be my own mentor? Can I reflect back to myself all of the honest assessments of what I say and do in the world? Can I catch myself when I fall? Can I listen, without prejudice, to myself in those moments that are most painful and dark? Can I create a new pathway... Continue Reading →
One of the intentions of the Wisdom Path Project - a work in progress podcast - is to bring back the stories and myths that for centuries kept our communal space alive and well. We grew up being held by the values and lessons of those who came before us. For example, we lived in... Continue Reading →
This is a topic I am very familiar with. Starting as a child, loneliness was a constant companion for me. As an adult, I've had loneliness be present - a reminder of what I experience when I shut down (isolate). When my partner participated in experiential learning opportunities (on two separate occasions) that had her... Continue Reading →
With much anticipation, we have begun recording creatives and storytellers for the Wisdom Path Podcast. With a heavy duty schedule of recording happening now, soon we will be releasing inspired stories of creativity from people in the world of literature, fine arts and life. Please look for updates at http://www.facebook.com/wisdompathpodcast/ or on Instagram... Continue Reading →
We are so used to seeing our grocery store and department stores filled to capacity. Anything and everything we want, there for our choosing. So what happens when we no longer have access to the "niceties" we have so grown accustomed too? Can you live smaller? What is the balance that finds an equilibrium between... Continue Reading →