4 Descriptors of the Way Life Is–the Buddha’s age-old wisdom (the Four Noble Truths) is perfect for helping us see through the clouds of the last few years. Language Structure & Change, pg. 47) Let’s have a look at the Buddha’s Four Noble Truths, which I prefer to call the 4 Descriptors of the Way Life Is. […]
Learning flexibility — stop making excuses for continuing to do what doesn’t work — is an important part of living the wise life It’s sad that most people rigidly behave in ways that get them what they don’t want, and then blame others or the situation, rather than their behaviour, for the problem. My first book
Bring peace‑a way to find yourself in a grounded and whole manner. It means giving up being right, among other things.
Great faith, great doubt, great effort — all lead to new ways of being.
Creating and Maintaining Relationships that Work — relationships that work don’t just happen. You have to commit to making them work. It’s amazing how often, when we’re talking with other couples, the conversation turns to relationships and relating. As you likely know, I’ve written a couple of books about this topic. (see: The. Best. Relationship. Ever.) Just the
No One is Coming to rescue you from the life you have created. It’s your job to stop waiting and to begin moving in a direction you choose.