Jan 26, 2016 – It’s Okay!

Today I am reminded, “It’s Okay!” This morning was much like every other morning. Wake up, lie in bed until the last possible minute. Get up shower, take my son to school.  Come back – finally, fix my morning cup of coffee – get the younger two girls ready.  Of course, this morning I walk in, and they’re trying to clean up a good amount of milk spilled on the table.  I take over the clean up and try to direct them back to finishing their breakfast and getting ready.  My wife comes downstairs, and now we’re both trying to hurry them to get ready.  We finish our morning routine; they hurry out the door.

I take my coffee and move upstairs to finish getting ready.  I’m only running about 5 minutes behind schedule at this point.  I go into the meditation room and try to quiet my mind as I prepare to meditate.  As Continue reading “Jan 26, 2016 – It’s Okay!”

Jan 25, 2016 – What kind of day are you going to have? It’s your choice!

Your Day is Your Choice!
Your Day is Your Choice!

“What kind of day are you going to have?” That is the question I ask my kids every morning as they leave for school. Their reply, “a better day than yesterday.” My youngest then says,”but not as good as tomorrow!” Always with her heart melting little smile. Finally, I’ll ask, “whose choice is it?” “It’s my choice!”, They will each reply.  Some days, with more enthusiasm than other. I will then end this morning ritual with, “Make the right choices!”. Continue reading “Jan 25, 2016 – What kind of day are you going to have? It’s your choice!”

Challenge Day 7: A Revolution in Principles

So today’s challenge is to write about, “what revolution will you lead?” When I read this, I immediately thought to myself, “I’m not one to see myself leading any type of revolution”. But, then it hit me. My whole premise behind my writing is to help bring out and identify my experience with Spiritual Principles.

We are bombarded with news of conflict throughout the world. Continuously hearing of this person’s or social group’s wrong doings. As a result, there are a number of possible solutions being thrown about. Some quite simple, others quite absurd. Continue reading “Challenge Day 7: A Revolution in Principles”