Category Archive: Article

The Life Dialectic 

Philosophy; it doesn’t have all answers.  In fact it doesn’t have any answers.  I mean depending on our interpretation of truth what even is an answer?  An act of mental masturbation by some,… Continue reading

Some Automatic Writing

I was reading about Plato’s view on beauty and aesthetics and felt inspired to write this.  It basically happened to my brain more than it was a consious act of writing. To use… Continue reading

Happiness

Happiness, it’s a weird one.  Something long hunted, but always found so very close to home.  Literally in us.  So simple it can seem impossible.  Indeed, the first version of this had a… Continue reading

Self acceptance

Originally posted on Happy days of life:
The worst loneliness is to not be comfortable with yourself. -Mark Twain My self acceptance was when I was 14. It came a hard way. That…

Selfless To A Fault

Selfless to a fault.  One thing is true, too be eternally selfless may lead to a fault. Helping others requires that we help ourselves. To give, there must be something to give.  But… Continue reading

Lessons from Yoga #1

I like yoga, the heritage, the mindset and the goals.  I like the method to; creating self development, that deep sense of relaxation and the physical sensations in the body. All of that… Continue reading

‘Cos You Gotta Have Faith…

Faith.  It’s important, but its not a religious word.  So often the connotations lead to religion but faith is yours.  It applies to everything. Most importantly it applies to self, faith in ourselves… Continue reading

Permaculture: Learning From Nature

Permaculture seems like such a good idea, learning from and going with nature just makes sense.  Nature is the best teacher. Greenbush homestead flourishes with help of permaculture Heather Omand and her husband,… Continue reading

Who Wants To Live Forever?

Originally posted on Lawrence of Canadia:
Freddie Mercury circa 1978 In the May 2013 edition of National Geographic I read a very interesting article by Stephen S. Hall about how genes may hold…

Presence In The Present

Mindfulness is an ancient practice.  As contemporary now as it was at it’s conception.  Mindfulness has helped so many to make more of life – whether it’s a tool through depression or  just… Continue reading