Times of Crisis

In times of crisis, it’s critical to assess what we think is important. When challenges, heartaches, stresses and fears appear, an equal amount of blessings, remedies and love will show up, too. While we do need to acknowledge the seriousness of potential...

There Is No ‘Them’

We can’t draw a line on a map, build a wall or close borders to protect ourselves from humans living ‘on the other side’. If there ever was a moment we could easily recognize that the well-being of others directly impacts us, it’s now in the...

The Same Cloth

In chaotic times it’s easier to recognize a sense of greater kinship with our fellow humans. We actually share more in common than separates us: Our life span is limited; We’re all subject to natural disasters and epidemics and; We’re all trying to...

On the Same Journey

What we think of as evil is action taken from the ignorance of the truth that we’re all one and what hurts one, hurts us all? When we see evil in others, we’re actually seeing our own fear thoughts projected onto them. Understanding this evokes compassion...

Heart and Ego

We aren’t who we think we are. Our identity is a construct. It’s the product of our upbringing, experiences, biology and cultural setting. We are not the exclusive authors of it. It’s been co-designed by our parents, teachers, siblings and the...

Identity Is a Wedge

In this world where everything is measured, compared. rated and categorized, it’s tempting to create a narrative that sets us apart and allows us to be noticed, recognized, admired and respected. In doing this, we don’t intend to distance ourselves from...