Published by admin on March 1, 2019

STOP

  “Do not pass GO. Do not collect $200.”   We’re all playing Monopoly. Building. Building before we know why. Before we know who. Before we know how. To be.   What if you’ve never truly had an experience of being before? Don’t run from the question. Maybe today is the day for you to try…

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Published by admin on February 26, 2019

Skinny Dipping, Fear and the Power of a Question

  I did something I wasn’t supposed to do yesterday. After a date, I decided to take the scenic route home along the coast south on Ocean Boulevard. I hit a road blockage, though, but after turning around I spied an empty lot along the side of the ocean. It was literally a vacant lot,…

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Published by admin on September 28, 2017

Making Magic at the Bank (of course this story involves a woman)

  Don’t worry… I didn’t rob it. But I did break an old pattern today. Usually, when I cross paths with a beautiful woman, who happens to be a complete stranger, I don’t know what to say. On a good day, I’ll smile and say, “hey,” and then quickly go back to staring at my…

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Published by admin on August 12, 2017

My Life Dilemma: To Quest or Not to Quest

That is the question. Isn’t it? I’m not trying to wax philosophical like Shakespeare (ok, maybe I am) but seriously: is this not the GRAND QUESTION OF THEM ALL??!   To Quest or Not to Quest   This is life in a nutshell. My life, your life, all of our lives: to play it safe,…

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Published by admin on June 29, 2017

Why Relationship Advice is Crap

  I once consulted the I Ching for a reading with a friend of mine. We both “asked” the online app the same question, and to my astonishment, we got completely different answers. The question: is having casual sex good for me? But it kinda made sense. His journey was moving into a more soulful…

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Published by admin on March 6, 2017

How to Get Off the Rollercoaster of Relationships

During the final months of my last relationship, I noticed that when I was unbelievably happy, she was almost never happy; and when she was in splendorous moods of joy, I was totally down and out. It’s like our cycles were inverted. And it was hell.  How did it get this way, I wondered. We started off so…

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Published by admin on March 2, 2017

Perhaps You’re Not as Far as You Think

  I’ve been struggling lately. It’s my age-old nemesis of not having enough money. It’s a sad, boring story that has become my life: on auto-repeat. Insert yawn here. (And it was just made worse hearing a good friend tell me how his teenage son is making $2,000/mo., whilst in high school, with an online yard-cleaning…

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