My Jabberwock

Here is a wonderful poem written by a wonderful friend, Susanne Goldstein. It beautifully describes the oneness of everything. Enjoy. It was neither tall nor short. Open or shut. The dark helped the light and the light signified change and healing. It wasn’t really bad or...

Life Coming Full Circle

Did you ever feel forced to abandon your childhood dreams and end the pursuit of what you really wanted? Often circumstances in life derail our desired course; however when it comes to aspirations, we have the ability to navigate a new course to fulfill our dreams. While this new...

Letter from a Dear Friend

I recently received an email from a great friend of mine from London, Kate. Last time we spoke, she had an amazing, high profile job that was perfect for her; it was her calling. And she was loving living in London — her home of many years after she left Australia. It had...

Let Go of ‘Tunnel’ Focus

In Tuesday’s (April 11) Investor’s Business Daily, there is a great article on Goal-Free Living. Due to copyright restrictions, I can’t include the whole article. Here is the intro… While goals are undoubtedly some of the most effective means of triggering...

Quote of the Day

“Bel far niente” — The Italian expression for “the beauty of doing nothing”

Cool “Goal-Free” Product

When I was in California (where else?) I bought a Buddha Board. Here’s the description: “Buddha Board is based on the Zen concept of living in the moment. You simply paint on the surface with water and your creation will come to life in bold design. Then, as the water...

Goal-Free Dating: Part 2

Back on February 14th, I published a blog entry on “Goal-Free Dating.” One of the points I made was to “Stop doing. Instead of signing up for 40 different online dating sites, going on 90 dates in 30 days, ending up broke & miserable – and still without a relationship, let...