Month: September 2006

Open the curtains

September 29, 2006 | No comments yet

The human mind is like a house with windows and curtains in every room to the outside world. Over the house is a bright sun shining massive amounts of light all around, illuminating a beautiful landscape and scenery to behold.

Magical existence

September 28, 2006 | No comments yet

From Marianne Williamson’s book “Everyday Grace.” I have always had a sense that something is missing in this world – that at the very least there is something important we’re not discussing. I believe that hunger for a “lost dimension”

Rigid categorization

September 28, 2006 | 1 comment

I find thought provoking ideas in the most unexpected places. Julia Cameron, author of the international bestseller “The Artist’s Way,” a book that has become a classic on creative discovery for countless aspiring artists around the world, wrote a follow-up

You are already approved

September 27, 2006 | No comments yet

Have you ever grown frustrated waiting for someone else’s approval before you could proceed with a project or idea? Maybe you’re waiting on a boss to give the go-ahead on a proposal? Perhaps a spouse is taking forever to decide

Don’t play hurt

September 26, 2006 | 2 comments

Found a powerful article by Alan Cohen on not playing the role of victim. If you are the type to ever feel hurt by events not flowing your way, check it out. His piece, “I don’t play hurt,” masterfully outlines