You may have noticed that I’ve posted very little over the last several months. This is because I was deeply absorbed in writing Inspirational Messages.
My goal in writing this new book has been to help meet the great need for encouragement and spiritual solutions that exists today.
Every day, it seems, there is another disaster with misfortune falling upon good people who haven’t a clue as to why it’s happened. As the old saying goes, “That just ain’t right.” [Read more →]
May 24, 2012 1 Comment
It’s called The Golden Motorcycle Gang.
Jack’s vision was that he was a member of a golden, soul-traveling motorcycle gang who saw the earth in peril and decided to be born and live, in this time, so he could be present during humanity’s greatest crisis and help bring about massive global transformation.
The purpose of Jack’s novel is to help us understand that we are each a contributor to this new vision for humanity. He wants us to feel this truth: that each of us has something special and necessary to contribute to the evolution of humanity, and that our aim is make life on earth more closely approximate what we call “heaven.” [Read more →]
November 16, 2011 1 Comment
I’m in a rush, just want to post this fantastic video introduced by Morgan Freeman on the power of words. If you read this today, April 29, 2010, you can still vote for this Webby nomination and propel it to “the best of the web” in the Public Service and Activism category.
The video was produced by Amnesty International, an organization that works across the globe to help those whose human rights have been violated.
Winners will be announced May 3, 2010
April 29, 2010 No Comments
P.S. The inspiring video of the Desiderata, set to the Adadgio for Strings by Samuel Barber, was uploaded to You Tube by Tweeklet.
Established in 2002 to help create world peace.
July 18, 2009 No Comments
Despite never having heard of author Elizabeth Gilbert and wondering if the book would wind up being more about material pleasures than a spiritual journey, I began reading Eat, Pray, Love: One Woman’s Search for Everything Across Italy, India and Indonesia.
I wound up loving it and have already recommended it (in another post) to anyone who hasn’t read it. Yet, some readers complain that Gilbert is too self-absorbed. This talk she gave for TED convinces me that nothing could be further from the truth.
Her inspired message has value not just for writers, but to anyone who tries to make of his or her life a spiritual service. The story about poet Ruth Stone, in particular, (which begins 10 minutes and 15 seconds into the video) is not to be missed by anyone interested in the workings of the divine in our lives.
May 27, 2009 No Comments