The Art of Happiness

Some people say poetry is the greatest form of art. Others say it is music. I disagree. I believe living a happy life is the greatest of all arts. It takes a true master to live a happy life. Many people feel that there is something missing in their lives, that happiness is something that … Continue reading The Art of Happiness

Finding the Silver Lining in COVID

Every so often a black swan event like the coronavirus appears out of nowhere that tests our faith in humanity. There is no doubt that the pandemic has shaken this country to its very core. People are losing their jobs, getting sick and dying. And as things get worse, there is also the fear of … Continue reading Finding the Silver Lining in COVID

The 5 Keys to Blissful Driving

For many people, their commute to work is the most stressful part of the day. At times, it has been for me as well. There is, however, great advantages to incorporating driving in your spiritual practice. During our drive, we have a window of time when we are not distracted by other things, we have … Continue reading The 5 Keys to Blissful Driving

Savoring The Sweetness of Solitude

One of the leading causes of suffering in this world is the feeling of being lonely and unloved. Recently, I have pondered how much of this loneliness is our own creation; the building of our own prison based on society‚Äôs definition of what constitutes a happy life; lots of Friends and family. It seems to … Continue reading Savoring The Sweetness of Solitude

The Battleground of the Heart

Within each one of us is a battleground in which the forces of light and darkness wage war for control of our heart. One force pulls us towards the heavier dimension of the physical realm, while another force pulls us towards the higher vibration of the spiritual plain. We choose which force dominates our consciousness. … Continue reading The Battleground of the Heart