Category Archives: Spiritual

Overcomers.

All of us reach a place, at some point in our lives, where we are emotionally tired, drained, and questioning the wisdom of continuing with the thing that has made us feel like this. For some it is a job, … Continue reading

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Humility

I was reminded the other day of my travels in India. We were driving through the ghettos of Mumbai. Our host was an Indian businessman who had made many millions of dollars in the recruitment industry. Why this story springs … Continue reading

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The Miracle of the Moment

As grown ups, we so often lose the simple joy of the moment we are in. There is so much going on that requires planning. And it is all of course legitimate. Budgeting, home maintenance, business trips, school needs, you … Continue reading

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And yet, what we do does not define us…

Carl Sagan said that “We are stardust”. It’s a beautiful thought, that. It offers us a transcendence, an opportunity to romanticise about our identity, and for a brief moment in time, to be more than just 70 years of stuff. … Continue reading

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Hope is not the poor cousin of faith…

Hope is the strangest thing. And at the same time, it is so familiar to us all. How can something be so strange and so familiar? Hope is officially defined as “the feeling that what is wanted can be had; … Continue reading

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Forgiveness…

So, I’ve been thinking about forgiveness. Seems I am not so good at it… The other day, my beautiful wife did something that I didn’t like. It hurt me and I let her know. Bless her, she gave it some … Continue reading

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To My Fathers

It has taken a while to get to this point, free from the daily grind and free to be able to step back and discern my own world with enough clarity to write. In 2005 I married a beautiful lady … Continue reading

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