This is me (an idealist dreamer from an early age) in the early farm days, circa 1973, in one of our commune’s many improvised environments — a “barn apartment.” That’s my cousin Barb, a fellow commune-dweller (wearing actual clothes), in the background. For a lot of my early life, the idea of “being different” was... Read more »
If, at the beginning of each day, we each sat down and wrote the three most important things we wished to accomplish or experience that day without the benefit of technology, I think we’d find our lives both greatly simplified and vastly improved.
Each one of us carries ingrained, unconscious ideas of just how happy and successful we can be. But by learning to identify and transcend these self-imposed “Upper Limits,” we can expand our potential for happiness and abundance in extraordinary ways.
In an era where calls for personal responsibility are becoming more popular, I would love to hear our President and elected officials call on Americans to lay off the burgers, sodas, fries, white bread and cheese dip and get out for a morning walk or evening yoga class.