Tag: journey

What Questions Are You Asking?

I think much of my life is spent asking questions and then seeking answers—or if not answers, at least insights and clues that contribute to answers. I think it is human nature to ask questions. The sculptor Rodin captured this in his famous work, The Thinker. There are big questions. Why am I here? What […]

Read More

Becoming You

In The Potential Principle, Mark Sanborn talks about the problem of comparison and the need for comparison. Here is my take on that idea. The problem is when we compare ourselves with others. That is usually a painful and futile path. We suffer as a result of those comparisons. We experience twinges (or more) of […]

Read More