Our Most Human Power Is Our Biggest Obstacle

Humans have tremendous power. Take the simple act of making a choice. Essential to the human experience is to act on our own, independent of external pressures. Today, as an adult human, I chose to go to sleep at a certain time. No one made me have a bed time; it was my choice. Take... Continue Reading →

Smiling At Walmart

Inspired by some of Rob Walker's ideas about The Art of Noticing, I have started a new practice that has helped me function in a very difficult place - Walmart. As an introvert, I am often drained by crowds and as a burgeoning grumpy old man, I don't like hassles and encountering difficult people and... Continue Reading →

God Wants You To See Him

"God has better things to do..." "Does God really care about..." Many of us suffer from the false narrative that if God does exist he is so beyond our little sphere of knowing and belonging that we are largely incapable of seeing or experiencing him. Worse, we think that God doesn't really want to be... Continue Reading →

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