It’s ok to have failures. You don’t have to redefine it as anything other than a failure. It’s ok to have pain and it not be anything but painful. Breaking your toe doesn’t produce a better toe but just a lot of colorful language and a broken toe. It’s ok to feel and not respond.Continue reading “Truths”

Hide your label under a bush

Can we stop using labels to describe ourselves and others? Because it is not only disconnecting us, inciting fear, roadblocking relationships and sabotaging communities but it is stunting our own personal growth and development. I am so tired of labels. They are beyond ridiculous and they do not in anyway communicate who we really are,Continue reading “Hide your label under a bush”

Living what you believe

“All my work oriented to knowing does not touch my life at all, its desires, its passions, its selfishness, and leaves me completely unchanged—my action changes my life. Thus, however much an earlier age in Christendom may have erred, Christianly it nevertheless was, compared with our age, generally right when it immediately translated Christianity intoContinue reading “Living what you believe”


Remember if Republicans or Democrats can destroy America, then we have given the government entirely too much power by abdicating our God given responsibility to govern ourselves, to be healthy human beings, to be good neighbors, to think for ourselves, to individually live before God and move to be of service in our communities. SeemsContinue reading “Individual”


In the mid 1800s, Henry David Thoreau wrote “Life Without Principles” which addressed the consequences of choosing to consume nothing but the world’s information, other people’s affairs, and the daily news. Perhaps, this can help us to understand why we find ourselves knowing so much information but having so little wisdom. “I believe that theContinue reading “Thoreau”

The consequences of innovation

“What I am against – and without a minute’s hesitation or apology – is our slovenly willingness to allow machines and the idea of machines to prescribe the terms and conditions of the lives of creatures, which we have allowed increasingly over the last two centuries, and are still allowing, at an incalculable cost toContinue reading “The consequences of innovation”

My Body and My Earth

Six years ago, I went through a very hard season that forced me to be honest about how I was treating my body and why I was practicing a different belief system physically than I was spiritually. As I have pursued health and wholeness, I have naturally been reconnected internally and externally to the relationshipContinue reading “My Body and My Earth”

10 ways to stop hurting your gut health

DO NOT go on a calorie restricted diet. Chances are that you are probably not currently getting the volume or variety of fiber, starches and nutrients that you need to sustain good gut health. Don’t sacrifice your gut health by eliminating the foods that the diet industry calls “bad carbs.” There is a difference betweenContinue reading “10 ways to stop hurting your gut health”

Wake up, Look up

I pray you are inspired today to look up and open your spirit, heart, mind and body to receive and give the gifts of love and truth. What inspires you to fight the good fight but trust in Love and Truth and it’s power to make all things new. Create the space. InspirationWhate’er we leaveContinue reading “Wake up, Look up”

My Brothers and Sisters

I wish I had the prose Of Henry David ThoreauAnd walking was my WayTo see the Wild run and play  Then Walden would be my placeTo receive manna and graceGrowing my spirit wide and deep From nature’s food and sleep. Being quiet and being stillLearning to bend with God’s willBowing downResting on the groundDrinking from streams Inspiring myContinue reading “My Brothers and Sisters”