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The Greatest Threat to Our Freedom

Picture yourself fast asleep. Someone is asking you to wake up, but you are deep in a dream, and the call to awaken is experienced as a vague awareness that something is not quite right. We are in that dream, and in each passing moment we have the option of waking up. Whether our experience … Continue reading The Greatest Threat to Our Freedom

How to Read the Signs: The Message of the Pussycat Hats

“something as simple as a hat can be profoundly and profanely illuminating, if you know how to read the signs” – Avery Gordon* This quote was scribbled into a notebook of mine from nearly 20 years ago. The words always intrigued me, and over the years they would haunt my thoughts, reappearing unexpectedly in moments … Continue reading How to Read the Signs: The Message of the Pussycat Hats

How Personal Responsibility Can Change Your Life

All the choices you have made up to this point in your life have created the exact life you live at this very moment. Take a look around you. The room you are in is a result of decisions you made. If you are at work, you accepted that position. If you are lounging in … Continue reading How Personal Responsibility Can Change Your Life