If you want to become whole, let yourself be partial. If you want to become straight, let yourself be crooked. If you want to become full, let yourself be empty. If you want to be reborn, let yourself die. If … Continue Reading What do you want?
If God is for me, who would dare to be against me? Is there anything bigger, wiser, or more powerful? … Continue Reading Who Dares?
What is your greatest strength? I don’t mean strengths plural. I mean strength singular. The deepest thing. The fallback. The go-to. The ‘when-there-is-nothing-to-hang-on-to’. The deep well. The ‘I-got-nothing-else-feeling? There is usually one really deep aspect in each of us that … Continue Reading What Is Your Samson Strength?
Confusion Within Confusion sort of makes me feel dead. I notice my shoulders droop and chin drop. It’s a general unidentifiable malaise. There is nothing to point at, no one to blame, no apparent problem to fix. Languor drapes itself … Continue Reading Confusion Within
Excited chit chat diminished among the paddlers as the black, dense fog hid all the natural night light. Stars and … Continue Reading Bioluminescence near Jenner
Find your way home through the Great Mother Earth – Keep walking Sing to the rhythm within Your days are … Continue Reading Through the Great Mother
If you read my last entry on 5/25/16, I’d said that I had decided to begin a 28 day cleanse to practice ‘saucha’ which is a yogic practice referring to cleansing and purity. Now, the 28 day dietary cleaning up … Continue Reading Saucha – part deux
I’ve made a new commitment to myself for 28 days. I’m digging into some discipline practices this month. The focus is Saucha. Saucha is a Sanskrit word that is translated to mean purity or clean. I’ve decided I need to … Continue Reading Saucha
Where is my home Is it the house I own Is it within my heart Perhaps it’s the pack on my back Does the address matter People, hopes, possibilities come and go I will come, I will go I hear … Continue Reading hurry back hOMe
A psalm of David aka treesa’joy. 1 The Lord is my shepherd; I have all that I need. 2 He lets me rest in green meadows; he leads me beside peaceful streams. 3 He renews my strength. He guides me along right paths, bringing honor … Continue Reading David & Me
Chilly blanket of white Warming my heart Long awaited flakes Dusting away what was For a fresh perspective Leaves … Continue Reading Fleeting moments
I just spent a few weeks in Florida at a twelve day conference that gathered 4000 people from 72 countries … Continue Reading Beyond words
There’s no place like home
In a little room not much bigger than a twin bed, I sit next to opened windows that have no … Continue Reading If wanderers get lost, they will eventually get found