When I think back to my childhood experience with religion I have a smattering of vague memories, but probably not what you would expect to recall when you think of spirituality and praising the divine. My most vivid physical memory is that of kneeling and standing and kneeling and standing. My mother was raised Catholic [Continue Reading]
Travel is by far one of my most favorite things to do in the whole wide world. Whether it’s a road trip or hopping a plane to somewhere exotic, nothing compares to the feeling of freedom I get when I just pack up and take off. I don’t have to tell you all that, you [Continue Reading]
A few weeks back I had the pleasure of hearing the Dalai Lama speak live on the subject of compassion at a Whole Child International event. He was so lovely to watch because he was just so down-to-earth and cool. The first thing he did was cross his legs and explain that he needed to [Continue Reading]
From the day that Arya was born I knew that I had handed in my “boss-of-me” keys to a tiny little powerhouse. She had been on this planet for all of 24 hours and she made it known that she knew exactly what was up. We should have known what we were getting into from [Continue Reading]
I have this growing feeling that things are amiss here my friends. This busy urban lifestyle that most of us choose to live is comparable to a daily beat down. Why do we work so hard on things that don’t really matter and refuse to make time for things that do, like our wellbeing or our families?