April Book Review: A Coming of Wizards: A Manual of Human Potential by Michael E. Reynolds


There is a magical, enchanting and beautiful plot of land on this planet that has inspired many to change their lives and follow their dreams. This spot is about 20 miles west of Taos, New Mexico, and is the inspiration for one man, Michael E. Reynolds, who is on course to change the world. An ahead-of-his-time … Continue reading April Book Review: A Coming of Wizards: A Manual of Human Potential by Michael E. Reynolds

Like Nature, We Are


Nature. It is what it is. I have to apologize if you think this blog is about the physical or biological building blocks of our natural world. It is not. It is, however, about what we can learn from nature. As scientific and rational human beings in the twenty first century, there is a lot we do … Continue reading Like Nature, We Are

December Book Review: The Creation: An Appeal To Save Life on Earth by E.O. Wilson


Influenced by his southern Baptist upbringing and the beauty and mystery of nature throughout his lifetime to pursue a career in biology and the sciences, E.O. Wilson writes to the pastors of the world in a plea to put aside science and religion’s opposing worldviews for the saving of planet Earth in this concise and … Continue reading December Book Review: The Creation: An Appeal To Save Life on Earth by E.O. Wilson

March Book Review: The Legacy of Luna: The Story of a Tree, a Woman, and the Struggle to Save the Redwoods by Julia Butterfly Hill


There is a moment in our lives when we truly come to know and understand the relationship we have with creation and nature. Nothing is ever the same again. I, as well as this courageous activist and author, Julia Butterfly Hill in The Legacy of Luna: The Story of a Tree, a Woman, and the Struggle … Continue reading March Book Review: The Legacy of Luna: The Story of a Tree, a Woman, and the Struggle to Save the Redwoods by Julia Butterfly Hill

The Bench


I recently took a long walk through my neighborhood and beyond not only to smell the summer flowers, but because I am currently without a vehicle. I live in a small suburb of a large city with the feel of the country but with all the city’s amenities. There is literally everything an American could … Continue reading The Bench