I read a wonderful piece in Tricycle magazine today about what a spiritual life looks like. The timing for me
A thought occurred to me as I scrolled my Twitter feed, then clicked on the Candy Crush knock-off game I
I just published a new article for Tricycle magazine!
I’ve been reflecting on trauma with my patients as of late. It’s occurred to me more and more that what
A stray observation from my meditation this morning: being alive is really weird. As I sat on my cushion and
I had a thought recently: the world wants you to hate yourself. What do I mean by this? I mean
Firstly, apologies for the lack of posts of late! Momentum is really strange, it snowballs one way or the other.
A little something different for this post… After watching The Tragedy of Macbeth, I decided to watch the Coen Brothers’
Perfectionism is a disease among my patients. People’s inner dialogues these days are unrelenting. The oddity of this all is
The past two weeks I’ve been hard at work on the second draft of my first novel, and I’m in
(My apologies in advance for writing about grief again. I wish my mind was elsewhere, but I suppose that’s what
Recently I reread Fernando Pessoa’s “The Book of Disquiet.” (If you haven’t read it, I highly recommend it.) In a
Today I saw my father-in-law for the first time since my father passed away. He was kind and sympathetic. He
A quote from the Tao Te Ching hangs in my line of vision as I write this: “The universe is
My dad passed away about 17 days ago now. This is the first time I’ve tried to write about it
Most of us accept the reality given to us. That includes our thoughts and feelings. After all, if we think