Artist Gao Youjun, who goes by Tango, has created a brilliant set of drawings for your viewing pleasure. If...
This weekend I traveled to Nanaimo, British Columbia to attend the Science & Spirituality Conference. There were hundreds of...
Life has a way of leaning on us all, and when we are greeted with that ugly day of desperation, we seek reprieve. Whatever the coping mechanism you initiate against this awful burden, they often run their course with little to no impact, leaving you feeling defeated. The pain gets... Read more
One of the most painful things to witness in Recovery is when people take back their will. There connection to their Higher Power and the people around them slowly turn from one of harmony to total antagonism. The world then becomes a threat at every turn, and they must... Read more
Have you ever asked yourself the question: What is God like? We are told to pray by turning away from the problems and thinking about God: but how are we to think about God? What is his nature? What is his character? Where is He? Can we really contact... 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
As the years pass on, it seems the world is becoming less focused on faith. Importance is being put on money and clout, especially due to the advancement of technology and social media. And while this has, for some part, made some people’s lives better financially, the same cannot... 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
In hopes of obtaining more wisdom on the subject of love, I struck up a casual conversation with my pastor. Below is how the conversation transpired. Me: After all year these years of counseling troubled married couples, what are some practical insights you might be able to pass onto... Read more
One of the most challenging aspects of Christianity is making peace with the fact that the bible only reconciles the last few years of the anointed One. I’m not suggesting anyone to use this as a means to discredit Jesus and any of his works, it’s just that it... Read more
Laying completely horizontal, I’m slowly carted off towards the pre-op room and parked in one of two holding position spots located outside of the operating rooms. With a somewhat composed character I glance over and greet the gentleman parked in the other spot beside me and we start to... Read more
This has been a rather stressful year, but this too shall pass. One of the ways I have learned to lessened the hard hitting blows of stress is by meditating regularly. I have always been a very high-strung individual, so self-care is mandatory something I take very seriously. Over... Read more
The mind is most definitely a terrible thing to waste, and this world almost encourages us to do just that. We remain unplugged from the present moment in exchange for loud mental chatter that pretends it is keeping you safe and sound with precautionary anticipation. This diversion from the... Read more
Since I was a teenager I have been carrying tension in my solar plexus. I never thought too much about it, but over the years I just self diagnosed it as normal body tension, to keep the body upright and the spine partially supported. Keep in mind that I... Read more