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The Big Questions – Birth and Death

There are many poignant, mysterious, and wondrous nuances to birth and death. I wrote and re-wrote this blog a few times. At the time of writing the blog, Eddie and I were in the sacred position of supporting a friend make the transition from this life to the light of Love. He was lying...

The Big Questions – Desires and More Desires

For the early part of my life, till my mid-40s, i swung like a pendulum with my desires. They triggered guilt, shame, defensiveness, and disappointment as well as creativity, excitement, passion, inspiration, joy, and fun. One of the practices (i have many that i utilise daily) that helped me transform my understanding of desire...

The Big Questions – More on Desire

A special THANK YOU to all those that sent me messages, comments, and feedback following the last blog on desire. You can revisit it at – https://whatwecan.com/2023/05/13/the-big-questions-desire/ In this blog, we’ll take a closer look at desire and discernment, desire and disappointment, desire and confusion, desire and regret… Desire and discernment Here is one...

The Big Questions – Desire

I sit down to meditate, to commune with the SELF, and my mind wanders. I open my eyes. The play of shadows on the window sill, the sound of a motor in the distance. My senses draw me to the window and what lies beyond. My thoughts are no longer in the room with...

Wellness and Joy

Tis the season for a blog I want to ask you – Is wellness selfless or selfish?I suppose it really depends on what wellness means to you?Can we truly be well as long as we only are thinking of ourselves? Joy is a great barometer of wellness. Joy is infectious. Spreading joy is a...

Forgiveness and Wellness

At the beginning of the year, I began a series of blogs on Wellness. I wrote that Wellness for me is… The practice of diving deep into the well of nectarine sweetness within and drawing from it Joy, Peace, Beauty and Goodness. The ability to be Detached and Self-confident in all situations. Taking responsibility...

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