Category Archives: gratitude

on unplugging in woodstock

i went on an amazing hike today. as i walked into the woods i felt the presence of steven harper and his time honored tradition of bowing in and out of the forest. i felt the joy coming up through my legs as i remembered my vow of reverence, honoring the sacred. each time we […]

on hopelessness

i have this interesting relationship with hopelessness. i understand its powerful potential. and i don’t believe in it. now this is not to say that life has not taken me to those precipices where i’ve peered over that jagged edge into the great abyss of what next and wondered if it might be easier to […]

on dabbling

i had a realization today. i am a dabbler. this is not a bad thing. usually. until you want someone to take you seriously in a city where people don’t really know you. namely those who haven’t dabbled. because they just don’t get it. the value of dabbling is lost on them. furthermore they lump […]