What are the ingredients that reflect the art of becoming a sage? Its definition describes a sage as a profound, wise person; a person of Read more
“What’s the matter with me, I don’t have much to say” starts a Dylan song (“Watching the River Flow.”) It is kind of ironic that Read more
I have been affected by writer’s block of late, not the first time, yet frustrating. Perhaps I can rationalize it away by acknowledging that I Read more
“Think upon these things,” admonished the late, esteemed, Indian philosopher, Krishnamurti. His writings and lectures evoked an underlying reality beneath the manifested physical forms. He Read more
Once upon a time, there was a peripatetic individual, abandoned by parents, living a withdrawn, insular life. Things were swirling around him. He observed and pondered, Read more
On the other end of the phone was an old friend from a lifetime ago. She was my muse during the formative years of Piñon Read more
Thinking about the DAPL tribal protesters and the veterans who supported them.
Did the Holy Spirit prevail? Did the Truth peek out from the abyss Read more
I lifted my head, in no mood for illusions, magic, or false prophets, as a muted voice was beckoning.
“The Truth is nimble and inscrutable, Read more
My friend and colleague, Nancy Fox, will have her new book published in the spring of 2017, Lessons in Leadership for Person-Centered Elder Care, on Read more
Poets light the sky and great poets may illuminate the mysteries of the cosmos, especially when sung. From a diminutive amount of words, a blaze Read more