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It is always a treat to see one of the greats in spoken word and discourse on the poetic tradition, David Whyte talking and reading his poems in person. A recent Saturday morning in Santa Monica, California at the First […]

What if you woke up and all you felt was acceptance in your heart for yourself and all you meet? What if every breeze that hits your cheek felt like loving kisses? What if you lived your life from the purpose of […]

Somewhere beyond the sea, somewhere my lover stands on and watches the ships that go sailing. Somewhere beyond the sea, she is there watching for me. If I could fly like birds on high, it’s far beyond the stars   […]

For Father’s Day, SynergyTV Network, approached me about a crowd sourcing project for one of the tiny books of poems and affirmations I wrote called I am a Great Man.  Not even understanding the full nature of what crowd sourcing […]

When you feel you can’t go on.  It is a great to stop and say  — play on.  Let whatever it is play on.   There is a moment of freedom in taking a wonderful deep releasing breath out and […]

Love in itself is the first and final act of life itself. Love is the presence of the eternal. All we can hope to get from an other is an expression and reflection of love that will bring up everything unlike itself […]

Advice is sometimes not worth the letters that hold it together.  It is often requested and often ignored.  All of us have our own perfectly perfect inner guidance planner/system.  We are always getting the answers that are designed for our […]

“Get ready for a hurricane!”  The butterfly effect – one butterfly flapping its wings can cause a hurricane. Like one single act of kindness encourages other’s to do the same. “Get a whole lot of butterflies to flap there wings […]

Today and everyday is a day to let our souls speak their mission and stretch into the future and develop a practice of vision. Expand yourself no matter what your circumstance and remember as Rilke wrote to live the question. […]

In the preface to Emanuel Swedenborg’s Divine Love and Wisdom the Latin Translator of the text talks about the sketch of a Roman Garden that adorned the title page of each of Swedenborg’s books under the phrase Cura Et Labore “with […]