Light and shadows at once. The dark sides of trees against a lit up lawn and sky. The light and the shade both suck us in. And we suck in light and shadow. We are both. We are neither. We are the full scene. And more. A more without end.
Category Archives: reflections on worth
Love Is Not a Noun (2). What IS Love?
Love is not a noun. Nor a goal. Love is creating. Uniquely.
Dark Night of the Soul (3) – Michael Mirdad
[3 minute read] If you’d like shallower but wider presentation than the earlier selected excerpts, before diving into their full sources, here’s a decent soup-to-nuts application, all on one (long) page. Nicely synthesized and broadened for a comtemporary, if somewhat New-Age commercial consumer market, I’m comfortable endorsing it as orthodox enough to the original: “…notContinue reading “Dark Night of the Soul (3) – Michael Mirdad”
Dark Night of the Soul (0) – Resources & Recommendations
Selected excerpts to progressively introduce this rich and old topic to the curious
The Power of YOU. To Hell with Comparison
You’re unique in all creation, so there’s no objective tests for being your best you. Zero basis for impartial judgment
There’s only 1 real sin? (HONESTY part 5 of 5)
You cannot fail at loving your enemies, or you will fail at loving your most intimate loved ones. And, your very own self. (YOU are your worst enemy… and you “know” it.)