Tag: self-love

The Story of the Elephant

I was reminded today of a story I read a while ago about a child that was brought to the zoo, where he saw an elephant tied to a stake. He asks the animal trainer, “why doesn’t the elephant just use its size to… Continue Reading “The Story of the Elephant”

A Call to Men

In me, are all of the other men who have come before me. All those who have sacrificed their lives in the name of safety, of protection, of providing, of Love. Looking back through recent history, men have been sent to work on the… Continue Reading “A Call to Men”

The need for emotional self-responsibility

I feel like one of the most important things I’ve done for myself is learning how to objectively (and compassionately) observe my emotions. Often, when something outside of ourselves triggers us into a feeling, whether it’s anger, jealousy, fear, or any other uncomfortable emotion,… Continue Reading “The need for emotional self-responsibility”

2020: The year of clearer vision

This last year has given us quite literally, 2020 vision: The opportunity to see our lives more clearly. It seems like everything we’ve been avoiding paying attention to has bubbled up to the surface for us to look at this year. It’s been one… Continue Reading “2020: The year of clearer vision”

The Weight of the world isn’t yours to carry

If you’re feeling overwhelmed by what’s happening right now, I don’t believe there’s a more important time than now to take a step back from the noise and chaos of the external world. To turn off the news, to avoid getting caught up in… Continue Reading “The Weight of the world isn’t yours to carry”

Love & Fear.

If you only focus on fear, that’s what you’ll expand. You’ll saturate your environment with it.You’ll infiltrate your friends and families with it. It will all consume you. And is that the kind of world you want to live in?One ruled by fear? So… Continue Reading “Love & Fear.”

If You Want To Save The World, Dive As Deeply Into Yourself As You Can.

Here are some ways to start: Question your thoughts. Ask why you are the way you are and what got you to this point. Reflect on your childhood and your relationship to your parents. Look at what you may have picked up from your… Continue Reading “If You Want To Save The World, Dive As Deeply Into Yourself As You Can.”

The Importance of Isolation.

I suppose I’ve always been a bit of a loner. Granted, I haven’t always enjoyed or appreciated being on my own, but it seems to be the default setting that I often return to. Lately, however, I’ve really been able to tap into myself… Continue Reading “The Importance of Isolation.”