Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished. —LaoZi These are trying times. With all the constant communications channels blaring 24/7 non-stop anxiety, each morning can seem like a fire-walk across a bed of glowing coals. Embers and ashes of what could have been lie on the ground, as constant reminders of what’s been lost. […]
There are unusual locations where the barriers between this world and that of the metaphysical, or spiritual, are thin. Sensitive people can perceive the harmonic vibration between the two worlds. Celtic people call these “thin places”. Introduces and explores the Longmen Grotto in China.
Hope can overcome chaos.
When I despair, I remember that all through history the way of truth and love have always won. There have been tyrants and murderers, and for a time, they can seem invincible, but in the end, they always fall. Think of it—always. – Mahatma Gandhi Many years ago, when my wife and I were still […]
In all these lessons form the three great masters we can find one simple lesson: Be true to yourself and trust in your heart.
Yesterday is known. Tomorrow is unknown. Today is unfolding.
Poem dedicated to experiencing the tranquility of nature.
An energy rises in the pulse when wandering along. Your body desires the feeling of wanderment- the act of wandering, roaming – and you can recharge your spirit by wandering through a city.
Su Shi, Su Dongpo, transformed himself through meditation. He wrote his final poetry while sitting in his final home amongst the sugar palms.
When clouds form on the horizon, a change of perspective will reveal the silver lining.