Religious Freedom or Religious Tyranny?

I admit I didn’t sleep well these past few nights. The Supreme Court decision granting religious conservatives the right to dictate their restrictive moral code upon women working for minimum wage just didn’t sit well in my heart. Not to … Read more

In Honor of an Immense Soul

The passing of a great leader calls us to honor what they stood for—a world of equality and justice for all.  Nelson Mandela was one of the greatest archetypal heroes of our time. In his 95 years, he traveled both … Read more

Now That the Dust is Settling

Pardon my silence over the last few weeks, but I was teaching in Europe and moving to a new house at the same time creating double chaos in my life. Things are finally smoothing out before I take off again … Read more

Are We Syrious?

ARE WE SYRIOUS?Avoiding the Monkey Trap of War in the Middle East Having written about awakening the global heart, and its importance to our future, I can’t remain silent on the subject of Syria. Here lies a very thorny world … Read more

Which Door Leads to the Future?

Which Door Leads to the Future?     Initiation is a series of tests. These tests determine moral choices, strengths and weaknesses, and the ability to discern truth from illusion. Fairy tales abound about “picking the right door” whether it … Read more

Optimizing Sustainability

     Blessings of the Equinox! If you’ve had a long dark winter, you can take a breath now and smell the first fragrance of Spring. For a short time, the nights and days are equal, and at last, the light … Read more

Grace and Gratitude

It’s that time of year when everybody’s blog has the topic of giving thanks. While this should be an everyday practice in a universe so full of blessings, the Thanksgiving holiday harkens back to a time when the end of … Read more