How trust turned my hopeless SF Bay Area real estate hunt into an actual rose garden.

I’m moving to the west coast in thirty days. Where will I live? I don’t know. But what I do know is that I’m going to be okay. Everything will be okay. Always. Because it already is. I trust you, Life. This is the place from which I choose to operate, because when I do, I

Grasping Aparigraha

“Throughout college and my years in the army, I practiced racquetball in much of the same way I would later practice yoga: I made a study of it. Toward the end of this time I was watching two advanced players. The younger one was rushing about. The older one seemed to play with very little

The End of Control

In today’s culture of over-sharing and social media saturation, I rarely click on links to trending stories and videos–no matter how life-altering they’re promised to be. But in this case, I’m so glad I did. This short 3 minute video by Kyle Cease sums up all my creative and personal woes and makes a strong case for abandoning

Renounce & Enjoy

When asked to describe the meaning of life in just three words or less, Gandhi (allegedly) replied, “renounce and enjoy.” Sounds simple, right? Well, let’s break it down a little further. To “renounce” means to relinquish control (Or the illusion of it, rather, because really what can we actually control? Besides our attitude, not much.) and

The Pursuit of Intellect…Stifling to Our Innate Intelligence?

“I have been a seeker and I still am, but I stopped asking the books and the stars. I started listening to the teaching of my Soul.” – Rumi For most of my life, I’ve been frustrated at my lack of creativity. And the worst part is that the harder I try, the less creative