Tag Archives: conscious living

You Can Do Hard Things

“The hard decisions are when you viscerally want to do something and you choose not to do it.” ~Snap Judgement podcast, episode 507 “Lost Cause” This is a re-post of something I wrote a couple years ago. It’s for a … Continue reading

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There Goes My Hero

“So shines a good deed in a weary world.” ~ Willy Wonka (paraphrasing Shakespeare) There goes my hero Watch him as he goes There goes my hero He’s ordinary (~Foo Fighters, My Hero) When I think of distilled goodness, I … Continue reading

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“World Domination Through Radical Acceptance”

I once heard Davidji of the Chopra Center say those words, tongue-in-cheek, but his point resonated – when we make the effort to stay connected to our Source and let go of trying to control outcomes, the most amazing things … Continue reading

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What If Money Was No Object?

“It is better to have a short life that is full of what you like doing than to have a long life that is spent in a miserable way.” – Alan Watts If you didn’t have to worry about money, … Continue reading

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A Modification of Default Settings Is In Order

A conversation with friends today prompted me to remember and want to re-read the commencement address that the late, brilliant author, David Foster Wallace, gave to the 2005 graduating class of Kenyon College.  (He suffered from depression throughout his life, … Continue reading

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