• The Art of Forgiveness

    April 4, 2021 by

    The ability to forgive directly correlates with the yearning to understand. From blaming, the narrative takes a sudden shift to absolvement. In blame, the whole person becomes that one action, whereas, in understanding, the past story is unearthed that has led them to the act. Understanding goes beyond the surface, whereas blame is seeing the… Read more

  • Revelations from Ferguson, Missouri

    December 1, 2020 by

    A good friend of mine was a radical. He had learned from Maya Angelou, was friends with the old Black Panthers, and had this fierce sense of justice within him. It spread outward onto everything he touched. He was part of the Black Lives Matter Movement, heavily involved in pushing for prison reform, propelling resources… Read more

  • Transcending Addictions Through Awareness

    December 1, 2020 by

    Meditation has been described as “us getting out of the way of ourselves”. Meditation allows us to know ourselves outside of what others have told us we are, and in the stillness and silence we begin to see things clearly. In vipassana, (Buddhist insight meditation), we are consistently observing the thoughts that arise and noting… Read more

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