Monthly Archives: June, 2012

Flashing my new neighbors

I’m on a mission. A mission to fix my feng shui mouth of chi, the front door. I discovered when my sister came to visit that my new home had a ‘hidden entrance’, which is bad feng shui.  According to feng shui, if it is hard to find the entrance then it is hard for …

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Finding True North

Sometimes, lately, when I’m sitting at my desk, I lose my direction and have to look around to get it back. In the past month I have changed everything about my outer environment. New neural paths are being created as we speak. I haven’t gone completely mad yet, but it has been quite stressful. The …

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111 Things I Hope My Daughter Learns About Life

Originally posted on Our Miss Brooke:
Like any new father, I’ve spent the past week in awe and in love with my daughter, and thinking about raising a baby girl into a grown woman and all that will go into being her dad, including passing along wisdom about life to help her along. I’ve had…

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Tiny Slices of Heaven

There is a bottomless pit where my soul goes sometimes. In this pit it is lightless and still. The darkness is thick and cannot be penetrated. But my soul lives on the light of the Beloved Creator. Here it is where my soul hides for awhile, seeking, searching for the answers that are only apparent …

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