Making Mistakes – August 31 2020

A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing. George Bernard Shaw   Mistakes are the portals of discovery. James Joyce   Each of us are individual expressions of nature. Nature always is evolving. This is all it knows to do. As individual expressions ofContinue reading

A Decent Regret – August 30 2020

The literal, absolute definition of the word ‘sin’ is ‘error’… Operationally, there is just one single recurrent ‘sin’, which is that of error, ignorance, misperception, mistake, or miscalculation. It is a consequence of a limitation of human consciousness. Self-forgiveness is facilitated by humility and acceptance of this limitation. Realistically, what is usually appropriate is aContinue reading

Come to Your Senses II – August 27 2020

Mindfulness is a “coming to your senses” that moves closer and closer to the fore, quite spontaneously, when you regularly set aside the time to practice. It allows you to experience the world–calmly and nonjudgmentally–directly through your senses. It gives you a tremendous sense of perspective. You can sense what is important and what isContinue reading