Monthly Archives: February 2019


posticon Honoring Mother Earth

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Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s needs, but not every man’s greed. ~ Mahatma Gandhi

This week we’re doing something a bit different.

I live just outside Yellowstone National Park. According to park authorities, The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is home to about 700 grizzly bears, an endangered species.

I know there’s a lot of controversy in the United States today about endangered wildlife. I don’t intend to get into that controversy here. But I did want to talk about honoring Mother Earth and all life for whom she is home.Read more


posticon Mastering Simplicity

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Is it really necessary to study deep philosophy and all the world religions to be truly spiritual? ~ Ted Murray



If you’re reading this, you’re probably on a deliberate, conscious path of spiritual growth. I am too.

But do we make our spiritual paths more complicated than they need to be? If you’re like I was for many years, you make spirituality—and even life itself—anything but simple. It’s as if simplicity was a curse.

In Ted Murray’s words above, he’s implying many of us ignore simplicity on our spiritual paths.Read more

danger lurking in the forest

posticon Danger Is Lurking All Over the Place

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It is a dangerous business going out your front door. ~ J.R.R. Tolkien, British author of The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit

Do you know anyone who’s what I call “a doom and gloom specialist?” You know—someone who sees danger lurking all over the place?

I think most of us do. It might even be that person you see in the mirror every day.


The “trick” to life, the way to remember the joy you felt before you incarnated, is to look for the good, for the God, in all that is.Read more