The mind is a perpetual procrastinator – it postpones our resolutions to someday, then some decade and then some lifetime
Sep04

The mind is a perpetual procrastinator – it postpones our resolutions to someday, then some decade and then some lifetime

Suppose we wanted to go somewhere important. If someone physically tied us up, we would struggle to break free. But if someone…

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We are defined by what we stand for, not what we stand against
Sep19

We are defined by what we stand for, not what we stand against

Some people are perpetual agitators. They agitate against the government, against the police, against the corporate …

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Even if we can’t get over things, we can still get on with things
May09

Even if we can’t get over things, we can still get on with things

Sometimes life throws at us devastating reversals that cause overwhelming grief, fury or frustration. Some losses may…

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“One of these days” is none of these days
Mar07

“One of these days” is none of these days

“I will do it one of these days.” This is how we often respond when asked to take up spiritual life seriously. We feel that…

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To be wistful is to be wasteful
Jun29

To be wistful is to be wasteful

We know that it is undesirable to be wasteful – whether it is in terms of water by leaving the tap on, or electricity by forgetting…

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Fretting is like overcooking a rotten vegetable in our head

Suppose a chef who found that a recently purchased vegetable was rotten, and, annoyed at the prospect of wasted time and …

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