In this short but sweet episode we explore the world of accidents that seems to be not only unavoidable, but beautifully part-and-parcel to all of our lives having happened at all. At the very least, it will give you something to think about the next time you say “Oops!”
The Mongolian armies slaughtered tens of millions of human beings in their unstoppable conquests. How does one reconcile the living horrors of human experience with todays experience and values? Join me for winter reflections on mortality at the sight of men on the horizon.
I found an old journal that had a recollection of one of my favorite desert experiences, and, although covered in the very first podcast in this series, I decided to give it a more polished treatment. Join me, if you will, on an inward emotional journey..
What does it mean to be a good person? Is there more to ourselves than the roles we play, and if so, how do we separate who we are from what we are doing? Shakespeare said “The world is but a stage…” Well then, actors… on your marks!
In this episode, we re-ask the question, “how much do you try to control, and how much do you let go?” Again we find ourselves orbiting around two polar concepts that somehow overlap. In the end, it’s much ado about nothing.