Pieces of the Puzzle

I once read the analogy that each person is one piece of the puzzle that comprises humanity.  Without each piece, the puzzle isn’t complete. I like this idea, and it rings true. Think about it.  I used to love to do jigsaw puzzles, and it would drive me nuts when pieces were missing because even…[Read More]

Let the Madness End

What has been happening to me?  I don’t know.  I’ve been feeling a sense of overwhelm in the past few months that has left me feeling somewhat unsettled—to the point, I’m afraid, of neglecting this website. To those who may follow my blog, I apologize for my laxness.  To those who are following this whole…[Read More]

Thoughts about Cancer

I have dear friends who are now having, or who have had in the past, personal encounters with cancer.  Two friends lost their battle with it this year.  My father died from cancer 25 years ago, but it still feels like yesterday.  This brings up the old question, “Why do bad things happen to good…[Read More]

What on Earth Is Going On-Part 3: Passage and Split

A couple of months ago I read an ebook called The Gospel of 2012.  The book is based on information transmitted this year to herbalist and author Greg Caton during botanically-induced hallucinatory vision quests. I found the book too weird and a bit too disturbing to write about at the time, and was frankly bothered…[Read More]

Death Is Safe

Death is safe.  That’s a point made by Dr. David Hawkins in his program The Highest Level of Enlightenment, and it has stuck in my mind, probably because it’s comforting to believe it. Of course, in saying that, he was referring to our souls—that they never die, but keep evolving higher toward illumination. Well, Dr. Hawkins, who…[Read More]