Paul Rademacher, friend and former executive director of the Monroe Institute, recently attended a memorial service for Carol Sabick de la Herran, who succeeded him in the executive director position. In this lively essay, he reminds us that death’s passing is nothing to fear because we know what we’re doing.
Check out Paul’s thoughts (and other essays) here: Lucid Greening.
Allyson Stroscheim interviewed me this morning for her blog Shanti Pax. The interview should be posted by Thursday of this week.
In the meantime, check out Allyson’s thoughtful and inspiring essays and interviews on Shanti Pax here.
Marian Lansky continues to post lovely light, clear essays that cut through the noise. If you haven’t yet, check out her blog Outrageous Undoing.
(Cheers, Marian 😉 )
Another delightfully light and concise essay by my friend Marian on trust and letting go:
Someone whose read my book (Thanks Brian!) emailed me the link below, a news report about a mysterious priest who showed up when he was needed, then vanished.
Click here for the story …
Reality includes more than we’ve been taught to believe. “Miracles” are just events that don’t fit a limited belief we hold about what is real and possible. Experience can prove over and over that the current cultural beliefs about reality are inadequate. “Impossible” is just an idea.
Reality is unbounded. Isn’t it beautiful …