“You have a cyst.” Well, what do you do with that kind of information; do you pack it up into a small parcel and place it in the pantry with the rest of the groceries? Do you completely ignore said statement?
Archives for March 2012
Today let’s talk about getting the lesson. Have you ever felt like the same issues or problems keep coming up over and over in your life?
The world is running out of elephants, both in the wild and in captivity. In Thailand it’s estimated that overall the population is decreasing by 3.5% per year – which means that in 30 years there will be no elephants left in the land of elephants. But, there are some people who are trying to do something about it, before it’s too late.
Recently my personal cyberspace has been inundated with blurbs about the so-called Republican “War on Women,” mostly having to do with a conservative-led challenge to a national mandate that employers with religious objections to contraception and abortion be required to pay for insurance coverage for these services. It’s a genuine Constitutional issue. Freedom of conscience […]
A plaque from Guinness World Records in the ship’s well appointed library makes it official. We’re cruising on the planet’s largest, fully rigged sailing ship. The 135 metre long Royal Clipper, boasting five massive masts (the tallest of which soars 60 metres above the waterline) and 42 sails, carries up to 220 pampered passengers on […]
At the end of the day are humans fundamentally good or are we good and evil? Can our evil or immoral acts be judged as mistakes from a fundamentally good being?
Do you ask your dog to do things for you or do you tell them to do them? Trainer Eric Brad believes that how we think about working with our dogs matters. It affects our expectations and can lead to cooperation or conflict. It seems to be an AND/OR proposition.
In the first article we looked at Julie Carter’s work training stock dogs at Meadow Oak farm. We discovered that successful stock training is about relationship and co-operation. It is the partnership between dog and trainer that makes for successful herding. Now we will look at the details of how this teamwork is achieved. This […]
Over and over again, in nearly all facets of my life, I am being called to reclaim that power, which is our birthright as humans. It’s a power beyond gender, beyond social structures, and beyond appearances. But as a white man living in a society that has been dominated by white supremacist patriarchy, locating and […]
Today let’s talk about truth. Have you ever found it difficult to face up to the truth about what is going on in your world?