Category Archives: Philosophy

Let the Shaman Back In

While visiting a Tibetan-Himalayan store at my hometown, I had a chat with one of the shop’s owners. I mentioned to her my interest in Shamanism, and inquired as to the role such Medicine Men play in the society she came … Continue reading

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The price of change

Watching the film Logan, my thoughts led me on an interesting route; one I thought of sharing in this post. This latest installment in the Wolverine series, takes place in 2029; well over a decade from now. Keeping in mind … Continue reading

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A Bumpy Ride

The other day I placed an item at the backseat of my car. I did that just as I was leaving my office. The car in the driveway was, as one may expect from a parked vehicle, stationary. What I … Continue reading

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What is Wisdom

Wisdom is a word used to describe… what? Someone whose advice we will be more likely to adhere to? As in the idiom old and wise? Does old age automatically indicate wisdom? What is wisdom made of? Those questions and … Continue reading

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The nature of change

Yin and Yang. The concept of change, so it seems, came from simple observations about nature, made in ancient China. The farmers noticed how the slopes of a mountain, slowly transform from light into shade, as the sun makes its … Continue reading

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So, what is my hidden agenda?

On occasion, I have a feeling some people do not trust me. This is preceded by me being nice to them; no different than how I would wish them to act towards me. Yet, it may be the case that … Continue reading

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The upside of suffering

I do not seek suffering. Absolutely not. No siree. In fact, show me a path of sorrows and I will likely take the other fork in the road. Yet… When I was fifteen, my father prematurely passed away. My older … Continue reading

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