This one was tough to write. I've been working on it since February and it's taken me a while to get to the point that even I can understand the subject matter. But I'm not sure I've been able to convey my ideas as concisely as I like. You may have to read it a couple of times to get it.Read More
The Lucky Man Blog
So many people we meet in our lives have little or no hope for the future. The Lucky Man Blog was developed to help these people begin to find hope by share stories from the past of the author. These stories will demonstrate how a set of principles followed for every day life could be so simple that anyone could follow them, and yet so powerful that their practice could help overcome practically any obstacle. These principles include both logical and spiritual qualities that help the follower focus on improving himself first and then his life.
Read on to learn how the author developed these in his own life during times when he had little hope, and his entire future and perhaps even his life was a stake. Join our author as he weaves his way through the trials of his life, and how through the application of these principles, he not only found hope. He found true peace in his life.
What began life as this post – The Deliberate Life – is now titled A Simple Life. It includes the lyrics and sound track of my first musical effort. It began as an unpublished post here on June 1st.Read More
This is our 3rd and final blog post this evening. My belief is that Everyone's life has a certain rhythm to it. That rhythm is all around us, begging us to just allow it to flow. But we can't do that, as our life changes we must be able to redefine this rhythm.Read More
A followup to the my Feb. 14 article – Everything Changes – discusses the principles of Acceptance and Change, giving two examples of how I used these two preinciples to deal with change in my own life.Read More
Commitment is a tough topic for most of us, and especially for me. While many people with the best of intentions make commitments and then fail to follow through, the worst of us do it habitually. Commitment is one of the most important principles I live by, but one that I fail to live up to most of the time. How about you?Read More