Monthly Archives: August 2014

GPS for joy

In early 2010, after many years of spiritual complacency, a shift began to take place in my life.  Looking back, I can pinpoint where it started; and like many other shifts in my life, I did not see it coming.  The moment that seemed to change everything was fairly innocuous on the surface.  My wife had been feeling bad about gaining some post-marriage weight and was unhappy with how she felt.  She proceeded to tell me that we were going to a yoga class that morning.  My response was clear and simple: “Over my dead body,” I said. (more…)

24 Aug 2014

Where are you looking at life from?

I lost my breath when I heard of Robin William’s suicide.  My chest felt heavy and my eyes grew watery.  The tag team of addiction and depression took yet another highly visible, tremendously influential, comedic genius from humanity.  A hefty reminder that all the money, love, adoration, access to best of everything life has to offer, is no answer to getting to know who you really are and what you are all about. (more…)

11 Aug 2014