Celebrating the Measure of A Successful Life

Life is short, shorter than we know, and at the end of our days what do we want to be said about who we were, how we lived, the good that we did, and the legacy that we left behind?  I am visiting these questions right now because one of my favorite people on this...

Uncommon Wisdom Often Arrives Unexpectedly

Life is such an interesting adventure, isn’t it?  You just never know when wisdom is going to show up, stick out its hand to shake yours, and then proceed to expand your world view in a flash of unexpected sagacity.  It’s one of my favorite things that happens in...

Life is A Splendid Torch for Me, Not a Brief Candle

It’s January 2019 and a new year is underway.  I have been busy doing all the things that are asked of us when a new year begins:  I looked back, I reflected on my goals and how I succeeded or failed to meet them; I took down the tree and put away all the...

Snow on the Roof

I teach a series of classes called Conscious Aging; the curriculum was developed over four years of field testing by the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS).  There are five interconnected goals for participants: To explore unexamined, self-limiting beliefs about...
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