Posts Tagged‘anxious’

The Unspoken Burden of Children

This is one of the most important posts I’ve written in a while—at least, it feels like it. It’s about children and is specifically for the parents of children. I believe children are our most precious and vulnerable members of society; they simply cannot exist alone. They are also the most truthful witnesses of society. As parents, who we are for our children directly affects their trajectories. To speak to parents about their children is the most sacred thing I do; I feel the pressure to be honest yet never diminish the efforts of parents or children and their unique,…

Donuts, Purpose and Wormholes

I teach transcendence. Whatever you do, don’t look it up on the internet. There are too many complicated discussions about it, and it’s actually much easier than it sounds. I predict (mark it on your calendar) that in five years there will be Transcendence Studios conveniently located next to every Dollar Store in every strip mall  in America.  Here’s why: transcendence is the spiritual cheat we’ve all been given to access a place we didn’t even know we wanted or existed. In physics, the wormhole is the secret tunnel, so to speak, between parallel universes that exist light years away from one another. The wormhole makes the impossible possible: you…