I STOPPED walking for a minute and stood at the spot where it happened 25 years ago.
I USED to look at zen as my in-between phase when I transitioned from religion to irreligion. But that is somewhat inaccurate as I have never really left it, nor do I think I can.
SOME time ago, I found myself in the middle of a fight between two friends. Greg was visibly angry because of something Maria had said in a meeting. His face turned red and his eyes blazed as he shouted across the room at Maria.
WHAT makes for a long and happy life?
LAST week, I talked about my participation in a leadership and life-coaching program that I joined seven years ago.
SEVEN years ago, I joined a series of leadership seminars and a two-month life-coaching program that had a profound impact in my life.
WHEN I was a Christian, one of the things that bothered me immensely was figuring out what the “Christian response” would be to things happening around me and in society.
SHORTYLY after entering the village, the concrete path ended and we were faced with a dirt road. A wooden sign read “Sanctuario” with an arrow pointing ahead.
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