50 Ways to Say Yes to You

1. Life isn't fair, but it's still good 2. When in doubt, just take the next small step. 3. Life is too short to waste time hating anyone. 4. Don't take yourself so seriously. No one else does. 5. Pay off your credit cards every month. (Or just pay cash and maintain your freedom) 6.... Continue Reading →

Go to the Dark by Malangay da Zamanay

Special Guest blogger Malangay answers The Edge Annual Question—2005  "WHAT DO YOU BELIEVE IS TRUE EVEN THOUGH YOU CANNOT PROVE IT?" I believe all biological life forms will be prey to the fundamental sacrosanct laws of physics, chemical and evolutionary biology. It doesn't matter if sentient beings develop deeper consciousness, awareness, and understanding.   No amount of reasoning or... Continue Reading →

Hearts and Minds

An impassioned voice is enough to awaken hearts and encourage others. Together, they will serve to amplify a message and rally the masses. In a democracy, where both hardened and enlightened hearts exist; can silence ever be golden?

Shit happens. Don't immortalize it. If we survive it, internalize what it is left; LOVE. Inspiration Source: Journaling: Out with The Cold

Pay to Play

You are a talented programmer.  You've created a new video game called, My Life.  Yes, My Life is a virtual game based on the life you're living right now. Would you pay to play it? Could your game generate $2 Million in its first week?   Or would My Life become a certified flop? By July... Continue Reading →

Leading with Love

Leading, teaching and expressing yourself is contingent upon one thing; intimacy. Before you can lead, you must know how to teach. Before you can teach you must know how to express yourself. All these actions require developing a solid relationship with your audience.   Once a relationship is established; leading becomes a community affair instead of... Continue Reading →

Back to the Future

There's nothing new under the sun (or in front of it, if you include Monday's total eclipse.) There are, however, new ways of seeing old things. "the species that survives is the one that is able to adapt to and to adjust best to the changing environment in which it finds itself" ~Leon C. Megginson

Pleasure of Privilege

I accosted a man today.   Maybe accost is a strong word but his initial body language indicated that I might have invaded his space.  Before the encounter he was moving at a leisurely pace with his canine ... a pooch who looked a lot like this ... and my curiosity pulled me into his... Continue Reading →

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