A quick post about the depth of soul – that’s where identity work is done.
Have you ever seen identity? Do you want to know how? I know some people are looking for identity or what to find their identity. If you are one of those – please take a look at this post or this post or this post as they will help you find it. But this post has to do […]Read more "How to See Identity"
What comes to mind when you hear this phrase? Do you feel guilty for that last purchase? Are you thinking about your wallet? Does your mind go to a pretty dark place in light of this idea? Do you think that you are not one of these people who has the inability to delay gratification? […]Read more "The Inability to Delay Gratification"
monk/məNGk/ Noun: A member of a religious community of men typically living under vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience. I think I could be a monk – except for the fact that I have a wife. Okay, so maybe I can’t be a full blown monk that lives in a monastery somewhere. Maybe what I’m […]Read more "My Monk Identity"
Self-portraits reveal so much about who a person thinks that they are. There was a time when it took a tremendous amount of skill to take a self-portrait; where it was art and it was from the soul. Da Vinci is the first that comes to mind. It took skill and soul and time. These […]Read more "Self-Portraits and Identity"
I’ve heard of people talk about our state of mind. We understand that concept of our mental state or cognitive capabilities. We use that as a starting point to measure our lives, but I like the ideas of our state of soul much better. It just sounds much more dynamic to me. It sounds more […]Read more "The State of Soul"
I heard a talk yesterday (I don’t have my notes from yesterday so I can’t tell you who) , and the speaker gave the evolution of connection. It went something like this – people connect to people and now people can connect to machines (cars, headsets, phones, technology). His talk focused mainly on the way […]Read more "The Evolution of Connection"