"The very vulnerability and openness of liminal space allows room for something genuinely new to happen."Richard Rohr Good Morning on this beautiful... um... what day is it today..? No idea, but it doesn't matter. We are here and now. Over the course of the last week or so I have come across many conversations happening … Continue reading The Liminal Space – The Art of Transition
"If you pray to God for peace does God give you peace or give you opportunities to be peaceful?" One of the hard problems of theology and religion is the presupposition that God is all loving and all-caring and His Will for us is perfect peace and love; and yet we live in a world … Continue reading The Continuum of Evolution
“Peace is the result of retraining your mind to process life as it is, rather than as you think it should be.” —Wayne W. Dyer Greetings and Blessings to all of my readers! Today, I want to speak on a topic I think should be at the heart of any meaningful practice; the cultivation of … Continue reading Cultivating a Stable Mind
"Your optimal experiences are going to occur when you are most united with yourself" - Jordan Peterson Greetings and Blessings to you all. We are 17 days into a new year and a new decade. There is quite a bit of interesting events occurring on the global stage, so I thought it prudent to take … Continue reading A 2020 Goal: Uniting with One’s Self
Following my previous post, I wanted to offer some thoughts surrounding what I perceive as the three plateaus of Christianity. This is an important topic for me due to the fact that Christianity has received a lot of flak from reputable (yet misguided) thinkers for many years. And in a lot of cases, the arguments … Continue reading The Three Ascending Plateaus of Christianity
One of the things I really appreciate about Jordan Peterson is that he recognizes the inherent worth existent in our cultural narratives. It is no secret that the knowledge of our society is passed on through stories and narratives, holding us to traditions and ways of living that keeps the whole thing moving forward.