I love what I do for “work” even though I actually don’t use this word much. Over the (many) years of aligning my profession to my vocation, I switched away from looking at work and passion, or career and vocation, as two separate things. Sure, there are the occasional tasks and moments that are not … Who is Driving My Bus?
A student was recently sharing about a sense of hopelessness s/he was going through. Whether it was the change in weather, the upcoming USA elections, the overwhelm with work and school, or the energy crisis… there was a moment when all the reasons collided into a dark and heavy impact. S/he quoted Jimmy Carter as … Beyond Hope
Today’s Reflection is about a new baby being born. Of sorts. I think that, ultimately, we never really know when it is time for something to happen. Sure, we can make plans, prepare, get things done, and line up all our ducks in a row. There certainly is value in that. We can also trust, … 10 Years and 10 Minutes
Today’s Reflection is about quotes and passages, while exploring this : fascinating, and often elusive, theme of Right Livelihood. It is not “just a quest.” Rather, The Quest perhaps, on the journey of this subtle and elusive theme of Right Livelihood, Vocation, Life Purpose. At times, inspiring and fulfilling, though, more often than not, annoying, … On a Right Livelihood Quest