Tag Archive: Buddhism

Sep 15

Introducing My New Book: “The Path”

Thank you all for your early support! In less than 24 hours “The Path” is already number 36 on Amazon.com’s Comparative Religion List! I am truly grateful!   As some of you may have noticed, I’ve been a bit absent on here lately. Well, I have been finishing up my book, which has been an …

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Apr 08

Zen Moments

This is my twenty-sixth (and final!) post in a series, where each Monday (if possible) I have tried to post a point of reflection or insight that I used to reflect and meditate on during the week. In order to make it a bit more focused and interesting, I attempted to do this with topics …

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Jul 09

Grace in Everyday Life

My son Jason II, (c) Shelby Hurst Photography 2011

This is my seventh post in a series, where each Monday I will post about a point of reflection or insight that I will use to reflect and meditate on during the week. In order to make it a bit more focused and interesting, I will attempt to do this with topics beginning with letters …

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Jul 02

Forgiveness, Inside and Out

My son enjoying a kiddie pool, and some puppy kisses!

This is my sixth post in a series, where each Monday I will post about a point of reflection or insight that I will use to reflect and meditate on during the week. In order to make it a bit more focused and interesting, I will attempt to do this with topics beginning with letters …

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Jun 11

Compassionate Character Development

Used with permission from: http://www.publicdomainpictures.net

This is my third post in a series, where each Monday I will post about a point of reflection or insight that I will use to reflect and meditate on during the week. In order to make it a bit more focused and interesting, I will attempt to do this with topics beginning with letters …

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Apr 05

Discovering Wisdom Through Practice

Guthrie SR Atrium - Photo by Matthew D. Anthony (c) 2012

“We do not receive wisdom, we must discover it for ourselves, after a journey through the wilderness, which no one else can make for us, which no one can spare us, for our wisdom is the point of view from which we must come at last to regard the world.” – Marcel Proust During this …

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