Posts Tagged ‘inspired’

Introduction: The Universal Struggle From the bustling cities of the West to the serene temples of the East, humans are engaged in a perpetual dance between pain and pleasure. It’s a dance choreographed by our very biology, hardwired to seek what feels good and avoid what hurts. This universal truth unites us, yet what sets […]

from the book “The Path; One Man’s Search for Truth in Nature” The Awakening High in the Himalayas, Chris Walker’s lofty aspirations collided with the rugged terrain underfoot. Eager but woefully unprepared, he stumbled physically and metaphorically, each misstep a painful lesson in humility and the necessity of grounding dreams in reality. With their unforgiving […]

This is a small collection of 1000 photographs I took in Lhasa, Tibet. It brings back so powerful memories. Not all of them wonderful. Tibet was annexed by China May 1951. And so began a process of mass genocide. Over 3 million people were killed. And now, in Lhasa, the Tibetan language is forbidden. The […]

“the process of being mentally stimulated to do or feel something, especially to do something creative.” Oxford Dictionary Can you relate to this definition of “Being inspired”? When googling inspiration I get About 3,520,000,000 results… including one of my fav’s from WeWork and another from HBR.ORG suggesting that “In a culture obsessed with measuring talent and ability, we […]

The more we know, the more we know we don’t know. That’s the route source of uncertainty. Uncertainty comes hand in hand with the appetite for learning, knowing, and much of that comes from a desire to be strong and grounded. So, learning, or the appetite for it ungrounds us, makes us uncertain, because the […]