If you had the power to end all of the violence in the world with a single action, would you do it? I imagine that most of us would say that of course we would. No one wants violence, right? It is just an unfortunate deterrent that we must use to prevent greater violence from … More Stop In the Name of Love
On November 15, 2016, a week after the election of DJT, two friends and I facilitated a mindfulness meditation on dismantling racism that we called, “Peeking Through the Blinds”. Kara Dansky, of One Thousand Arms led us through the meditations and Brian Rocheleau (aka Rosh), of The Blind Cafe, provided the music. I set up … More Rise and Shine: Dispel the Darkness By Being the Light
Who is a racist? In the wake of the election results, there are a lot of people who feel fear that our country has gone backwards and that somehow racism had receded and now, because of one man, it has reemerged. I understand why, but as I see it, what is happening is that we … More Can You Be Racist In the Dark?
Many years ago, a business consultant, who specialized in military transitions, took an interest in me. She started a conversation with me as I waited for a friend in the Family Support Center of Andrews Air Force Base. Part way through the conversation she jumped in and said, “INTJ or INTP”. Being unfamiliar with the … More Love the Players, Hate the Game
Somewhere in time there is a part of me that I visit frequently. He is in a dark room and he feels alone. He is living a lie. He believes that he is separate from God and from everything else in life–the consummate individual. Even though he knows that he can get up and walk … More Coming Out of the Dark…
As you may have noticed from the video, I’m still developing my language skills when it comes to speaking about “the illusion” of separation. The way I see it, the most honest thing I can do to express The Truth of the Oneness of Being is to be silent. However, because I am engaged in … More Preparation I – For Those Illusion Flare ups
Let me begin this post by declaring that contrary to some beliefs, one person cannot speak for their entire race, group, or culture. As we all know there are innumerable diversities at work in every individual and my comments with regard to the subject of race, religion, culture, or any other category under which one … More Give Us Us Free!
I can honestly say that I don’t know if I would even be a Christian if it were not for Martin Luther King Jr. Even though I was raised with the Bible and church, MLK Jr. was the greatest example of Christianity that I have known in modern times. He lived out his calling and … More A View From the Mountain
In the winter season, it is easy to forget that in spite of gray skies and lifeless looking trees, there is something wonderful happening. Life is begetting life even when we cannot see it. The same is true for the winters of our souls. In each of our lives we experience seasons. Things grow, blossom, … More And Then Comes Spring
I would have to say that in my experience, the hardest vocation one can take upon himself or herself in this world is that of loving God completely. Of course, I tell myself that I love God and God’s ways. Daily, I crucify (figuratively) myself in my mind in an effort to see just where … More You Can Only Go One Way At A Time