Well, there's no wrong way to meditate. By extension, in my estimation, there is no right way to meditate, only what is most effective for you based on what you intend. For example, I was speaking with my mom one day over the phone and she said, “I meditate every morning, but it just isn’t… Continue reading Is There a “Right Way” to Meditate?
What is “good enough” responsibility? Last week, I was relaying a story about a discussion with my students around decision-making and responsibility. I asked them to define “responsibility.” I jotted down some of their thoughts: in charge of some action or choice taking ownership taking control of own actions reflecting on and/or understanding your self… Continue reading “Good Enough” Responsibility
It's better that you just accept it now -- you're not a nice person. You constantly judge people, are myopic in your approach to situations, and regularly see yourself as a victim. Just admit it -- you're an asshole. I had a great conversation with my students on Monday around Pathos and “Good Enough” responsibility.… Continue reading Spiritual Truth: You’re an Asshole
On this momentous International Women’s Day, with protests happening all over the world surrounding reproductive rights, the wage gap, and systemic misogyny, I wanted to post about something I have been thinking about off-and-on for a while now. There is a continuing debate that sounds incredibly grammatical, but is in fact credibly philosophical, and is… Continue reading Are You the Subject or the Object? (The difference is spirit.)
One day a few years back, I was suggesting to my partner that I could do more of what I love if I worked less. I was convinced that if I just had more hours in the day, I would spend it all writing and creating and loving life. It was something that sounded perfectly… Continue reading What would be different? (Change is incremental)