I started having a peculiar experience. While in conversation, I would get a flash of my own semblance as it appears to the other person. It is a profound moment.Read More
"To be a scientist is to be naive. We are so focused on our search for truth we fail to consider how few actually want us to find it.”Read More
Who are you? You can answer with your name. But that’s merely the word by which you are called.
You can say that you are an engineer or artist. But that indicates what you do, or describes your career.Read More
I was recently inspired by a question neuroscientist, Sam Harris posed: “What does it all mean? What is the meaning of life? These are the great pseudo questions of religion and philosophy.” I suspect that you have asked them as well. We’ve been told that in the absence of a meaningful answer, there is a great void in our lives that must be filled with something: An idea, a myth or a person. But what if this was an imaginary problem? What if it is an illusion or story we’ve told ourselves for millennia?
Arianna Huffington read this piece and asked for it to be published on Thrive Global. The Chinese have an insightful word for the concept of 'nature'. It is pronounced, 'Ziran,' and means 'of itself', 'naturally' or 'spontaneously.'Read More
A mentor of mine once shared, that sure, it is a good thing when you learn to tolerate those with other world views, but it is an even greater thing when you learn, not only to tolerate, but to embrace.
To 'embrace'... it is such a liberating force. All expressions of true love spring forth from it. All success is preceded by it. It is like a fountainRead More