An Epidemic of Ideas

Money, love, and happiness are NOT taught in school.

Each of us is a teacher (whether we realize it or not) – and it is our duty to teach and share what we know. That’s our “job”. It is also a “reason” we had to go through all sorts of things (first). I’ve written more than once that humans are story creatures and that we are creatures of habit (who tend to do the same things over and over again on a daily basis). Developing enough “escape velocity” to overcome “habit gravity” is often challenging – especially alone. Continue reading

Rules to live by

Most religious, philosophies, and organizations have rules, guidelines, codes of conduct, or even commandments. Rather than list those that are well-known, I’d rather introduce you to a few you may not have seen before – in the hope that you not only read (and remember) them, but are able to improve the quality of your life and those around you from doing so. Continue reading