[source] Grace isn’t easy. Grace is practice and grace is earned. Grace can be lost in a matter of moments–but never forever. And grace can be regained through awareness, balance, and care. I am not a graceful person. When I … Continue reading
So stop pacing the aisles and counting the miles. Instead, climb more mountains, eat more ice cream, go barefoot more often, swim more rivers, watch more sunsets,laugh more, cry less. Life must be lived as we go along. The station … Continue reading
“We do not know our own stories before we begin to write them.”
A few weeks ago, I downloaded a new podcast on a whim, and as soon as I started listening, I knew immediately that the man on the other line was a necessary member of my karass.
Dr. Herby Bell is a chiropractic doctor–and a surfer, a member of the recovery community, and a fully tuned-in citizen of the universe–and the conversation we had on the Finding Our Hunger podcast today gets very deep.
We probably could have gone on talking for another several hours (at least), but there are so many great takeaways, whether you’re recovering from an addiction (or eating disorder) or just looking to tune in a little better to your own “being.”
Let’s take a look at how you pack your bags–and how you unpack them, and what that packing says about the narrative you’re writing for your life. Let’s dive into your detours and figure out how to turn them into milestones. Let’s listen for the common song that is our UNIverse, and learn how to whistle it as we continue down the path that we’re calling our journey.
Sound deep? It gets deeper.
Answer the question: Who do you think you think you are? And then:
Sometimes, there are people whose hearts are so big, you wonder how they fit inside their bodies. Fortunately, Jimmy Moore was made tall enough to fit such a big heart AND a good soul besides. Jimmy Moore’s been a part … Continue reading
[source] I feel like I’m beginning to sound like a broken record when it comes to discussing the fated quality of the people whose paths have crossed mine, but maybe the universe is really just doing its best to hammer … Continue reading
[source] I’ve said it before, but I think it bears repeating (again and again, since it seems to surprise me every time): our paths are inexplicably intertwined with the paths of those who need to be a part of our … Continue reading
The newest interview on Finding Our Hunger is out, and it’s coming at you all the way from Taipei, China! (And I thought the trip to Austin, Texas was long!) Ito and I interviewed Nat Boda, who picked up his … Continue reading