Tag Archives: truth

The Myth of Desire

If you have to chase, it, convince it, coerce it, or con it… it’s not for you. This is one of life’s simple truths. Is it always true? Of course there are exceptions. There are exceptions to everything. But the…


The Personalization of Truth

I have had some interesting conversations recently that gave me pause. You see, I have friends on both sides of the proverbial “aisle” with others who choose not to engage in a system of duality. In other words, I know…


Three Days (a writer’s journey)

In three days, I wrote close to 38,000 words. In three days, I navigated the white water of words pouring forth at a pace that was near manic. In three days, I became exhausted (and it didn’t help that I…


We Teach Expectations

One of the simplest truths came up again today when talking with a client: We teach people what to expect of us. If you’re always willing to give, you teach people to expect that you will always give. And then…


The Power in Truth

True power needs only truth to survive. We are in tumultuous times. It’s all around us – not just in politics, but in corporate greed, human displacement, and, of course, war. The chaos that is being created is what fuels…


Bridging the Gap

Relationships can be tricky. Whether it’s a work relationship, a romantic relationship, a friendship, or family, they can all be fraught with ups and downs. At their best they are sustenance for our souls, bringing joy, love, and possibility into…


Absolute and Resolute

There is no absolute. (Did you know?) However, as I have traveled around inner healing circles and taken dips in wisdom baths of knowledge, I have found many teachers/writers/etc (many!) who believe otherwise. In fact, they are so convinced of…