For all of us, fear is in some way holding us back. Continue reading
A Multipotential Dilemma
I’m not one for the glorification of ‘busy’. Being busy seems to be a status symbol that many—including myself in past years—wear proudly. While there are certainly many positives of keeping one’s mind occupied with much to do, there is a fine-line that is easily crossed, tipping the scales away from happiness and toward stress.
But I cannot deny: I love work. I thrive on it. Continue reading
Take a moment to think about the size of the universe into which we’ve had the privilege of being born.
Christopher Hitchens sums it up with super-elegant simplicity in the opening sentence of a speech he made in 2011, knowing full well he was approaching his death.
For a few milliseconds of cosmic time, our species has lived on one very very small rock, in a very small solar system that’s a part of a fantastically unimportant suburb in one of an uncountable number of galaxies.
– Christopher Hitchens
As soon as you look at the world with your own time in firm focus as your most valuable asset, then life will change, ultimately in a way that will make your own time better. Continue reading
Whether we know it or not, 2017 is going to call upon us to dare in new and uncomfortable ways. The opportunities for growth are endless, so long as we can remain present, engaged and connected with our own lives. For me, this means mentally preparing for the year ahead, and building up as much gumption and gusto as I can to hit the ground running. Continue reading
It feels like it’s been 2016 for a long time. Continue reading
When did music change your life? When did music save your life?
Think about it. Continue reading
When you are truly happy, you are your authentic self. There is no need to be anything but.
When you are truly yourself, things make sense. Dots connect. You wonder why the hell you didn’t find a way here sooner. Continue reading
“Without music, life would be a mistake.”
– Friedrich Nietzsche. Continue reading
Allow a little fun-silliness into your walks.