Wisdom with Time

If we pay attention to our experiences, we can’t help but gain wisdom over time. We learn that things aren’t always as they appear, that it’s counter-productive to assume the worst and that temporarily suspending judgment allows for different and...

The Way to Be

Practice wanting for others what you want for yourself by being Christ-like rather than Christian, Muhammad-like rather than Muslim and Buddha-like rather than Buddhist. -Wayne Dyer. While political and religious identities can give meaning, it’s easy to become...

Consequences Are Clues

Everything we do creates downstream effects. Sometimes our choices work out, other times they don’t. If we blame others instead of taking responsibility for our actions, we can’t accurately assess what happened. This prevents us from learning how we might...

Wisdom Vs. Knowledge

Our experience of life is determined by our mental habits. Do we focus on what’s working or what’s broken? Do we blame and complain about what’s wrong or do we actively try to find solutions? Do we cling to the familiar even when it’s not...

Understanding Trumps Knowledge

Gathering information and knowledge to enable you to live more intelligently might seem like a worthwhile pursuit, however, those are just tools. Seeking to understand is a more direct route. You may speak many languages but communicate insensitivity. You can know...