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Most days now, I walk to work. I really enjoy it, both ways. It gives me a much needed time to think in between work and home. I set out of the house, put my ear-buds in and find some music to listen to. It's amazing how much whatever music...

I am decisively indecisive. I can remember as far back as a quite young boy, standing in Toys R Us, paralyzed by indecision around which stuffed animal I wanted. I very much remember this. It happened plenty of times more than that and continues, but for some reason this memory has...

Have you ever gone into a bookstore, looking for a specific kind of book? I'm not meaning an actual title, but a book that is speaking about or inspires a certain something? I have done this numerous times. Sometimes I find something close, but I never actually find that book....

I have always had a thing for rivers. I'm not sure I've ever thought about why. I enjoy sitting next to them and just watching the water flow constantly. It always grounds me. I was reading a book this morning entitled A Life of Being, Having, and Doing Enough by Wayne...

it's interesting how getting older brings further clarity to the patterns of one's way of being in the world. if one is open to continuing to know the various aspects of one's personality, a deepening process will continue forever. it's almost like getting to know the aging rings of a...

either my world view is being shattered or it needs to be. i can't tell. it amazes me how clear and motivating a way of seeing the world is to me one week and yet feel very differently the next. i tend to fluctuate from philosophy to philosophy, like some...

The pursuit of the self is the pursuit of that part of us not defined by our worries and anxieties. But this pursuit begins only by admitting that human anxiety is endless and to be expected. These waves of existential anxiety may knock down the surface self, but there is...