A Revolution of Love

Evolving beyond the ego
A concern for the ‘other’
From conflict and competition to cooperation
From nationalism to humanism and beyond…
embracing all life

A revolution of love


Mona Lisa

http://youtu.be/SCBLJyIrMik You're the last of your kind, Mona Lisa With a wink of your eye, Ya make it all right Oh there's more left to life, Mona Lisa Let me take you along for the ride ain't nothin' that stays the same Won't ask it a' you Just that burgundy smile you wore yesterday Say ya won't ever lose I been down, I been worse Mona Lisa Came in last, came in first But it all gathers dirt, Mona Lisa ‘Fore ya bathe in the light ain't nothin' that stays the same Won't ask it a' you Just Read more [...]

And then this happened…

December 2013…

As I walked out of my office building, a Buddhist Monk approached me and, in his very broken English and the aid of some hand gestures, was able to tell me that he saw me as a “good force” – before giving me a bracelet. He then proceeded to tell me that I will live in peace…


Nothing Lasts Forever

Nothing lasts forever No one lives forever Keep that in mind, and love Our life is not the same old burden Our path is not the same long journey The flower fades and dies We must pause to weave perfection into music Keep that in mind, and love My beloved, in you I find refuge Love droops towards its sunset To be drowned in the golden shadows Love must be called from its play And love must be born again to be free Keep that in mind, and love My beloved, in you I find refuge Without Read more [...]

2013… What a year!

I'd like to celebrate another year… a glorious year of joy. A year with some grand achievements… and one with some very dark moments. I'm thankful for my entrepreneurial spirit… For the joy. For the heartache. For the moments of desperation and of euphoria. This year I met my soul… it was love at first sight. I'm thankful for the people with whom I crossed paths… some a brief spark in my life, others perhaps becoming life-long friends. But all leaving a lasting impression, none-the-same. I Read more [...]

A Tragic Love Story

Imagine having someone love you so intensely that when you died they were instantly compelled to erect a structure akin to the Taj Mahal in homage… Mumtaz Mahal, the third wife of Shah Jahan, was the impetus behind the building of the magnificent Taj Mahal in the 17th century. Shah Jahan ordered the Taj Mahal built specifically to serve as the astounding mausoleum for his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal, who died while giving birth to their child. Mumtaz Mahal, whose name means, “Jewel of Read more [...]

Remember the Hummingbird

The symbolism of hummingbird are many. Because of its speed, the hummingbird is known as a messenger and stopper of time. The hummingbird also symbolizes love, joy, and beauty. It is able to fly backwards, teaching us that we can look back on our past but that we must not dwell on our past; we need to move forward. When the hummingbird hovers over flowers while drinking nectar, it teaches us to savoir each moment, and appreciate the things we love. The hummingbird has powerful spiritual significance. Read more [...]

Science vs. Philosophy

The difference between science and philosophy is that the scientist learns more and more about less and less until she knows everything about nothing, whereas a philosopher learns less and less about more and more until he knows nothing about everything.

~ Dorion Sagan