This weekend I traveled to Nanaimo, British Columbia to attend the Science & Spirituality Conference. There were hundreds of...
I can’t edit. Call it dyslexia, call it a lack of thoroughness, but nonetheless I simply can’t edit my...
Imagine if you were suffering with cancer and the pills the doctor prescribed you made your cancer worse. Imagine if you had diabetes and the doctor gave you insulin that made your blood sugars rise. Think about someone you know that has high blood pressure and their doctor wrote... Read more
One of the biggest weaknesses of Alcoholics Anonymous(AA) is that mental health isn’t covered in more depth. Millions of people suffering from addiction, too suffer from untreated mental health issues which originally lead them to their addiction/alcoholism. Their consumption coping strategy was often their only way to making life... Read more
Sin, the missing of the mark, is such a layered topic. The visceral responses within can be extreme. Some tied to ignorance, others tied to childhood experiences that no one should ever have to experience. Sin, has lost a lot of its power over the years as I strive... Read more
How many of you reading this right now believe that your thoughts can influence how you feel? For those of you who believe otherwise, you may want to stop reading the post right now. If you did come to the conclusion that thoughts do in fact influence your day,... Read more
This weekend I traveled to Nanaimo, British Columbia to attend the Science & Spirituality Conference. There were hundreds of people in attendance, from over 40 different countries. It was truly a unique, and life-enriching experience. A big thanks to Elan, the mastermind of the event, for having me. While... Read more
A quite desperation leads me to decisions I probably shouldn’t be making. I’m overpowered by this desire plagues me.If only I was in a different state of mind. I’m so withdrawn from reality. My mind bends reality to justify my choices in the most peculiar fashion. It devises elaborate... Read more
I can’t edit. Call it dyslexia, call it a lack of thoroughness, but nonetheless I simply can’t edit my own work. I wish this was just hyperbole, used to arose your emotions, but sadly it’s not. This is an absolute glaring shortcoming of mine, something that I’ve just learned... Read more
A part of me wants to stay right where I am. A part of me wants to hide myself from the world, remaining glued to my anger. A part of me wants to defend why life is a struggle, and will never be easy. A part of me wants... Read more
Over the years I have heard people sling the term ‘generational curse’ around while speaking on the subject of strife and struggle. “The Smiths have been fighting this ugly generational curse for as long as I can remember”, is a typical phrase that comes to mind in my case.... Read more
I had the amazing opportunity to travel to Whistler last weekend, to take in some world class skiing, but I witnessed something that deeply saddened me. We stayed at a beautiful hotel that was only a steps away from the ski lift. Waking up the first morning was delightful.... Read more
I pray I don’t have a daughter. Not that I wouldn’t love the child with my entire being, it’s just that I can’t fathom raising a daughter in 2018. I imagine the young years of she life being so fulfilling, but that’s where it stops. Sure, I would feel... Read more