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What is "The Story of the Four?"

Recently a number of people have asked me what my first novel, The Story of the Four is about. Honestly, that is a tough question, for it is really about a lot—it is one of those so-called “big concept” books. 1,152 more words


Do We Really Change Much over the Years?

1 – Stasis

“Although you are different now than you were as a child, and different now than you were a few years ago, and different now than when you began your learning of this course, you are not other than who you have always been. 651 more words


Untitled (Where are you going)

We flew across Canada today, returning from holidays. We spent time in nature and exploring historical roots in Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, and Maine but is nice to be going home. 237 more words

Teacher As Transformer

Our Many Storied Selves: Twelve Universal Archetypes

Life Paths, which is a personal growth and development book and self-help handbook, will present readers with an understanding of 12 Universal Archetype character-figures that are derived from the specific archetypal psychology approach of Dr. 721 more words


A Puzzle to Challenge (One More Day)

A couple days ago I posted this little puzzle and am re-posting again, hoping you may take just a little bit of time this weekend to try to solve it. 226 more words

No clear difference between psychopathology of self and psychopathology of world

This short passage is filled with astonishing insights, articulated so beautifully there is something palpable and acute that happens when I read it.

My practice tells me I can no longer distinguish clearly between neurosis of self and neurosis of world, psychopathology of self and psychopathology of world.

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Mental Health

A Puzzle to Challenge

I used to use this little puzzle in my Introduction to World Religions and pose it now to whomever may read this post.

The object is to connect all nine dots by using no more than four lines. 170 more words