The Power of Applying Ahimsa to Daily Life

The fundamental nature of happiness and our relationship between our inner world and the external world most often intertwine. Without realizing it, our happiness is often governed by the external world. For example, if someone frowns at us, honks a horn at us, calls us crazy, disagrees with with some of our viewpoints or thinks … Read moreThe Power of Applying Ahimsa to Daily Life

The Story Behind Cornucopia- Care Packages for Cancer Patients.

A few weeks ago, I was contacted by a graduate of Hawthorn University, Michelle, who had stumbled across my blog. She said she liked what I was doing with my blog. She explained that she just started a company in May, 2017 and wondered if I would help her by writing an article about her … Read moreThe Story Behind Cornucopia- Care Packages for Cancer Patients.

Nothings Permanent..#Depression

Nothings Permanent..#Depression ?The sun will rise above the shadow ?~unknown Sometimes, I know things can get hectic, I mean, with all this dull energy in the air, I understand why you’re so restless, even when you try to talk about it, you can’t because you feel breathless.. Life has a funny way of challenging you, … Read moreNothings Permanent..#Depression

What If It Was You? #Homeless

What if it was you? What if it was you, At the park just trying to find a place to sleep? Wandering around searching for food, all you hear in the background is.. “look at that creep!” and all your trying to do is find something to eat, Maybe this was the first meal you … Read moreWhat If It Was You? #Homeless

The Land As it Lays

It’s the start of July and here’s the lay of the land. Scarily, it’s over half way through the year and I’ve had so many amazing, life changing experiences. It feels like a lot of my 20s I was getting by and then I went though a severe illness and it changed me from the … Read moreThe Land As it Lays


Did you know climbing some of the biggest mountains can leave climbers with symptoms that are very similar to heart failure? Death zones are places at the top of a mountain where low oxygen and poor weather conditions make even breathing a pain-filled struggle. A documentary on K2 detailed the descent of a group of … Read moreSummit

Meditation Monday: Tapping-The Emotional Freedom Technique

We all have stress and fear. It’s part of the human experience. Some people handle it well or, if you’re like me, you can be a basket case sometimes. Everyone tells you to just “let it go” or “stop worrying”. Well, it’s easier said then done. What if I told you, there was a technique … Read moreMeditation Monday: Tapping-The Emotional Freedom Technique