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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...

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...

As I grow older I feel as though I am being chiseled away at.  I feel that as I continue moving through life, trying to figure things out, it’s happening the other way around.  It can feel as though something is happening to me, that I am learning, being challenged,...

Paul Tillich on "Our Ultimate Concern" in The Essential Tillich: Why are the many things about which we are concerned connected with worry and anxiety? We give them our devotion, our strength, our passion and we must do so; otherwise we would not achieve anything. Why, then, do they make us...

The popular term mindfulness has caught on quite strong in recent years and is the result of a harried society.  We want to simplify and de-stress.  One way of doing that is to become mindful - to pay attention, seeing, reality as it is in the moment.  Whether it is...