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integral spirituality

May 11, 2017


Integral spirituality for me begins with that which is core in life or foundational. This core is fired by a love that is all-consuming in a way that life is lived with integrity and authenticity. It is not superficial but a synchronicity of a person’s inner and outer being, a person’s belief and practice, a person’s […]

Living with the Open Hands of Integrity

December 15, 2013


INTEGRITY (authenticity) … and what difference do you make??? What is my response to these queries? What is my response to a lack of meaning in my life? What is my response to my birthright gifts? What is my response to making a difference in life? What is my response to injustices, to people that […]

meaning and purpose

June 9, 2013


“Before I can tell my life what I want to do with it, I must listen to my life telling me who I am.” ― Parker J. Palmer, Let Your Life Speak: Listening for the Voice of Vocation “Our deepest calling is to grow into our own authentic self-hood, whether or not it conforms to […]

Living with Clenched Fists

April 21, 2012


I find within myself a growing uneasiness about the world I live in. Things are not adding up. We say one thing and do another. The systems and organizations that we create tend to destroy themselves, or act like destruction is their purpose in life. When I learn to go beyond just seeing (things on […]


August 20, 2011


‎”Appear As You Are, Be As You Appear” -JaLaL-UD-Din Rumi- Who am I? Am I who I say I am? Am I who they say I am? Am I who I think I am? Each of us have an inner life and an outer life. Visible and invisible. To what extent do they match? To […]

Who am I?

April 15, 2006


Mass Consumption The American MO (Mode of Operation) The American Dream Capitalism at its best So tightly we grip the things that we possess. Why? Because they define who we are. Hmmm. Defined by a sign, a symbol, things, possessions, riches . . . But who am I? Who am I? Who am I? Who […]