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Conjuring Courage in Moments of Challenge Today I went cross country skiing – even though the trail Bretterschachten in the Bavarian Forest is in parts too steep for me. I fell twice! But I will go again tomorrow. One reason is to spend time in a snow covered, fairy tale forest. But another reason is […]Continue reading
In the comedy classic “The Life of Brian” by Monty Python, the 1st century protagonist Brian is eager to join a Roman resistance party. He approaches the People’s Front of Judea (The PFJ) asking for membership and the leader says, “How much do you hate the Romans?” Brian answers “A lot.” The leader replies stoically, […]Continue reading
“You are among the first humans to have the time, freedom, and resources to explore the self, the soul, personal creativity, and the beauty of nature.Excerpt from Lesson 7 of The Easy Way to Enlightenment.Yesterday at work I tagged along with Anna and Hilde, two of my favorite gals at work, for a morning cuppa. Slightly intruding […]Continue reading
“Enlightenment is hard work. Only a lucky few are capable of attaining true enlightenment. Enlightenment is something you can only achieve by sitting alone in meditation for months on end until, one day, suddenly you understand the meaning of life.If you’ve thought any of these things, you’re not alone. Many of us go through life thinking enlightenment […]Continue reading