An act of solitude

  “Language has created the word ´loneliness´to express the pain of being alone. And it has created the word ´solitude´ to express the glory of being alone”. – Paul Tillich While I was at the gym the other day, I remembered my friend (and ultra runner) say that when she just started her training for […]

Champagne problems…

Monday morning, I rose up from bed with an itch in my belly along with probably a dozen Nymphalidae butterflies (No, not just any butterflies… they’re the prettiest, I think). I said my thank yous, meditated, packed a fridge full of vegetables and fruits, put them in ice coolers and loaded the car with what […]

Itching to grow

One of the many things I enjoy in life, is the world of discovery. Discovering something new about the people closest to me is, to me, one the world’s greatest wonders. We seem to “know” so much on the surface, but really… do we actually know what people long for? Their insecurities? The real sore […]