Tag Archive | finding meaning

Doing, doing, done: A new era of BEING begins


  Hello dear readers, Can you imagine living in a world where you don’t need an alarm clock to wake up in the morning? Where when you meet someone new they don’t ask you what you do but rather who you are? A world where you don’t have to go to work, but you still […]

Why are so many Americans addicted to guns and drugs?


Hello readers, I went to a Bernie Sanders debate party organized by the owner of a local bar and restaurant the other evening, to hear out the views of our three Democratic candidates for the 2016 presidential elections. The moderator asked all three candidates, Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, and Martin O’Malley how they would address the […]

I sprained my ambition ( a poem)


the day the neurosis became a puzzle piece enlightened the driving force fueling that endless thirst for love and acceptance revealed lost its power Do I wish it was still a darkly felted mystery sullen, concealed velvety with desires unfulfilled and so years later the clarity of the single track long ago demolished ambition and […]

Emptying my bucket: Thoughts on bucket lists


Hello readers, As I get older, I tend to think increasingly about the meaning of my life, my contributions, but also the shape and form of my story.  Does it mean anything to accomplish goals?  What if being were more important than doing?  The older I get, to sum it up, the less I am […]