Dabbling in Drama

Some of us think we can dabble in the drama of other peoples lives and walk away unscathed.  They actually think they can control a situation which is, by definition, out of control.  Since I have the soap box for a moment here, my suggestion is that drama, our own, and especially other peoples, is…

Binding Together

One of the keys to a successful relationship, be that relationship between friends, roommates, lovers, business or for that matter, any relationship is to create a bond.  The tricky part is creating a bond that is not so tight it will strangle the relationship.   Within any relationship growth and change are a perfectly natural…

Pop Physchology

The ideas I write about are, for the most part, what is sometimes dismissed as Pop Physchology.  Sometimes I hear people deriding this way of thinking as shallow, simple and child-like.  You know, I am good with that, because the truth is, these ideas are simple and childlike, but they are far from simple!  Who…

Two way street

Communication with the Universe, that part of us that is always there, always speaking to us, is a two way street.  We may think of this voice as our sub-conscious, or our angels, or our conscience, but it is always there, always guiding, supporting and loving us. This voice is not only helping us find…

First: Cause

How often do we get caught up in trying to treat a symptom of something without reviewing what the cause of that symptom is?  Answer: very frequently.  We treat the symptoms of a cold, such as sniffles and coughs, but we cannot treat the cause, the cold itself, which is still beyond our understanding to…

Verifiable

I have the greatest possible respect for what is called the Scientific Method.  This is where, to be considered true, a result must be verified, quantifiable and repeatable.  This weeds-out those accidental occurrences and false leads.  Yet so much of what we experience in our lives; the lessons we learn, could not withstand the scrutiny…

Observation

Recently I was watching a toddler as he sprinted from his Dad’s car parked outside  the bank.  The child ran to the ATM and began pushing buttons, just like his Dad had been doing to get cash, but of course nothing came out of the machine: much to the little ones displeasure. It occurred to…