Tag Archive | gratitude

People, power and the end of worship


s  Dearest readers, When I first began this blog, it was the intuition that reality is not at all what it appears to be which motivated my desire to explore human consciousness and the nature of reality. As it turns out, my explorations of reality have brought me on an ever more inward spiral through […]

Why kindness matters


Hello readers! I am about 200 or so pages into book 2 of The Century Trilogy, “Winter of the World” by Ken Follett.  What is so compelling about Follett’s portrayal of our recent history in this epic series is how he helps the reader to see the primary motivating factors at work in human nature through […]

Letting go…how to be in the flow of life as a parent


Hello readers, You may have noticed that self-love is one of my most frequently used tags on this blog.  While everything in our societies is conspiring for us to neglect and hate ourselves, all while  making us believe we are extremely important, self-love is the most important goal in achieving awareness of the true unity […]

My new nature: shedding the need for civilization


  Hello readers, Puttering around my kitchen this morning, a thought that has been shifting around in the sub-floor of the jungle that is my brain started to gently rise through the undergrowth.  Making its way up, the nebulous formation of that thought that has been my preoccupation for a while now became just a […]

Celebrating Fear on Halloween


Hello readers, Just thinking about fear on Halloween, and how living in a fluctuating, chaotic world causes us each to create some kind of survival strategy based on how we deal with reality.  In traditional cultures, people fear the ghosts of their ancestors which may return to do harm.  By dressing up in fearsome costumes, […]

Merbdelia: In Memory of (a poem)


All fur and bone, a tiny love energy of life almost spent yet enough left over to rest her tiny head on the crook of my arm Her entire last night at my side my eyes mist with the fullness of tears gratitude for the mystery; a gift of love from the smallest of creatures […]