Tag Archive: The Path

Nov 18

10 Reflections on Turning 30

Some thoughts on turning 30: Well today is the big day… yep I’m officially 30. It’s odd how officially entering into a new decade of age makes you feel suddenly older, even though in reality I am just a day older than I was yesterday, because we each are continually traveling upon the path towards, …

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Oct 27

The Spiritual Problem of Modern Man

My first exposure to Jungian psychology was during my undergraduate studies, when I happened upon a copy of Dr. Carl Jung’s 1933 book, Modern Man in Search of a Soul. While up until that point I had never even heard of Dr. Jung, the title resonated with me because I myself was a modern man …

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Oct 07

From the Archives- The Application of Shakespeare’s “To Be or Not to Be”

In Shakespeare’s famous soliloquy from the play “Hamlet”, the main character, Hamlet, is racked with despair, and is questioning whether or not the unknown world beyond death will be easier to bear than the current life. Hamlet is in such despair that he is contemplating whether or not he should continue to “suffer the slings …

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Oct 01

And the Contest Winners Are

I would like to thank everyone who “Liked” or “Shared” the post about my new book. As promised, I have randomly drawn two (2) names for free signed copies. and the winners are… Morgan Mussell – Who has a wonderful blog that I’ve enjoyed for many years (http://thefirstgates.com/) and Betty Roberts – An Email Subscriber …

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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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Oct 01

Be a Better Person Today

Sunrise in Woods

“The end of learning is to know God, and out of that knowledge to love him, to imitate him, to be like him, as we may the nearest by possessing our souls of true virtue, which being united to the heavenly grace of faith makes up the highest perfection.” – John Milton One of the …

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