Perfection vs Presence

It is a powerful perspective to realize, that the price of the delusional processing of being perfect, is self-destruction. This doesn’t mean don’t try the best you can with everything you can bring to the moment. It does mean that perfect is an ideal. An ideal is a concept, a thought structure, it’s not actual.... Continue Reading →


We never have, or ever will, change the past by thinking about it, worrying about it, or pretending it was anything other than what it was at the time, by speculation.

Seeking again.

I had a long conversation with a friend recently and she seemed distraught over this "spiritual journey" she has been on for several years. She said, "I just can't seem to find myself." I offered her this from a guide I was involved with years ago: If you’re not you then who is in search... Continue Reading →

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