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Not Today.

I woke up this morning like just about any other Monday morning: Alarm clock noise insisting it was no longer the weekend, and also that I should really get out of bed and go for a run. Fine. In just a minute.  [Five minutes later] HOW ABOUT RIGHT NOW. Fine. A short run later as […]

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#WeAreOrlando

It’s been nearly a week since the devastating attack on our LGBTQ community brothers and sisters in Orlando. 49 innocent people killed by a man who chose hate over love. I’ve scrolled endlessly through my Twitter and Facebook feeds, and online in general, looking for more details and more information and more confirmation that this […]

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Thursday Thought: Feel All the Feelings!

The walls we build around us to keep sadness out also keeps out the joy. Jim Rohn Feel sad. Feel mad. Feel hurt. Feel awful. Feel self-pity. Feel icky. Feel alone. Feel the feelings. Feel all the feelings. Those feelings don’t just go away because you choose to ignore them in any given moment. Just like […]

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The Present Moment Is All We Ever Have

  The past is gone. The future isn’t here yet. Let us be reminded …   How are you choosing to use this moment?

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Coming Out Is Still A Process, Even For NBA Players

NBA player Jason Collins came out publicly in an essay published in Sports Illustrated on Monday. What’s been great to hear are the loud applause of support and respect. The tide is turning, slowly as it may be, but it is becoming increasingly politically incorrect to publicly denounce someone for being gay. Of course there […]

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Boston

If you’d like to participate in sending healing energy to those affected by the explosions at the Boston Marathon today [April 15, 2013], join me in meditation. Every day this week I’ll be starting this five-minute meditation at 11:45AM to send healing energy across the country to those in need. Feel free to use my meditation (downloadable from SoundCloud), use your own, or just sit in silence.

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