Tag Archive | perfection

Everything is perfect

Everything is perfect


Dearest readers, The concept that everything is perfect right now, not only in our lives, but in the world, is a challenging concept to swallow. But it is also very relaxing to realize that we need only to shift our perspective on what we are experiencing to dramatically change the quality of our life experiences. […]

The New Age and Positive Bias

The New Age and Positive Bias


Hello dearest readers! As we shift out of the Age of Pisces into the Age of Aquarius, there is a definite need to change our mindset from one of a negative bias, in which reality and human nature are defined by fear, survival of the physical body, separation from self and the spiritual realms as […]

Scapegoat: A History of Blaming Others… A Book Review


Hello readers, As personal responsibility and self-awareness are two of my favorite topics to ponder, you can well imagine that I was immediately drawn to British author Charlie Campbell’s 2011 book, “Scapegoat”. This brief history of blaming, shaming, and diminishing other people in order to feel better about one’s own self or group; creating cohesion […]

Promote Peace: Accept Evil and Chaos as Part of Our Nature


Hello readers, I have long been interested in the root of scape-goating, bullying, and evil itself in human behavior.  Understanding humanity’s search for meaning and survival in a brutal and unpredictable world is a fascinating, and sometimes discouraging pursuit.  For all of the technological progress we have made collectively, we still predictably place blame for […]