Compassion

5 Gift Economies That Flourish Without Money

A lesson in civilized living. People need to learn from this… 5 Gift Economies That Flourish Without Money. Advertisements

Sometimes It’s Simple – Life Or Suicide?

Do you think it’s OK to dump raw toxins and putrid sewage into our lakes and rivers? Do you think it’s OK to spew deadly carcinogens into the atmosphere and pretend it’s NOT causing cancer, developmental disabilities and severe respiratory ailments? Do you believe that filling the atmosphere with a lethal blend of noxious chemicals […]

Feel The Rain…

“As soon as you honor the present moment, all unhappiness and struggle dissolve and life begins to flow with joy and ease.” – Eckhart Tolle Life can suck. That is, life can suck if you insist on believing that life on Earth is supposed to be perfect. Life is full of challenges, it isn’t supposed […]

What Touches YOUR Soul?

What reaches inside you? What is Life really about for you? What motivates you and in what direction are you drawn? Some people are motivated strictly by possessions – to the point that there’s no longer a way to distinguish between possessor and possessed.  Some people are motivated by the “power” to manipulate others. Some […]

Paths To Freedom

Sick and tired of running the treadmill of modern “life”? Sick and tired of delusional politicians destroying YOUR (perceived) democracy right before your eyes? Sick and tired of corruption piled on top of scam wrapped inside the enigma of corporate media indoctrination? Sick and tired of being sick and tired? It seems to me that […]

Occupy Your Heart

   With the second aniversary of the start of the Occupy Wall Street movement approaching, I decided to post something I wrote during a time when the movement was reeling from the November 2011 Gestapo-like raid by NYPD mercenaries.    I slept in Zuccotti Park for six weeks and felt love and understanding flow the […]

UPDATE on “Excuse me if my wheelchair is in your way”

In my last post, I talked about personal experiences with my disabled friend, Shannon (who lives in a facility for disabled adults in New York.) I mentioned hospital visits due to neglect she had suffered at the hands of poorly trained, underpaid attendants. I also mentioned that the attendant who recently injured her was still […]