June 13, 2007
In the challenges of modesty and humility, I have found the strength to try to recognize and separate insecure judgment
from moral belief.
I have come to accept that this will be a lifelong struggle.
I am thankful to be engaged by those that care enough, are strong enough, to ask me the hard questions
that help reflect my own weakness.
I am grateful for the continuing space of growth. And even though I feel no safety, and though I yearn for
the certainty I used to feel in another, I know that this openness to vest my faith in a lack of control, has set
Stepping from the cage of shoulds and oughts, I have more to give than when I worked at giving. I have more
to see when I stop searching. I am and that is more than enough.
June 11, 2007
Humanity, the cruelty, the evil, the failure of a beautiful idea.
Free will - does it not logically require self-restraint? Self-awareness, self-reflection, self-denial?
Without these, we are just one big addictive species consuming what's in our path. Isn't it true, being able to
do something, doesn't necessarily mean we should do it?
Human beings, the most destructive parasites of all ...
Maybe, today, we can care for one another just a little more than yesterday ... what do you think?
June 4, 2007
It turns out that when I woke up this morning, I chose to be someone I really like. Imagine that ...
patience - a most wonderful thing to hate and embrace ...
May 30, 2007
Clearing myself of judgment, to live in appreciation, the daily affirmation strengthens the soul and opens the mind.
May 23, 2007
Divergent roads greet each morning. Taking the one less traveled is a choice and with consistency, becomes
a way of life. Some days, however, the allure of the well trodden path is nearly overpowering.
These are the moments that define the who and the what of being.
May 16, 2007
Why is an isosceles triangle such an appealing form?
May 9, 2007
A good meal with good company.