Balance In Work And Life

Balance is an equal distribution of weight; a blend of energy and calm; not too much, not too little; yin and yang; equanimity. We hear it’s important to maintain balance in life, especially when it comes to our work/life ratio. A slash is used here, because  these are not uniquely separate entities, but are one. …

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Liar, Liar

Lying is a form of violence. It can be just as harmful as the other physical, external forms of violence. Words are just as harmful as actions; in fact, they drive your actions. Whether spoken or thought, words that do not embody truthfulness only perpetuate a sense of violence, toward ourselves and others. Likely, most …

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What Do You Avoid?

For every action, there is a consequence, you’ve heard that before. When you start to see consequences you don’t like, it’s time to look not at your action, or intention even, but at the real purpose. Why do you make the choices you do? What is your process for making decisions? Where do your choices …

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Simplicity And Twerking

At the gym today there was a woman in the sauna in her bathing suit, just relaxing after a swim surely. I saw her on my way into the shower. When I came out, I saw her again, but this time she was standing in the sauna, no one else around, just dancing; twerking (never …

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To Medicate Or Not

I could debate at length about whether or not to post personal history, but then I would waste more time not getting to someone who needs to read it. I’ve suffered from anxiety for the last decade. I don’t need to explain what anxiety is, but it should be made clear there are several types …

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