Why Minimalism?

The problem is our addiction stuff. Minimalism is our rehab. Sobriety is open, clear eyes and deliberate action. The future is bright. 

Reflections On a Seneca Quote

Quote: “True happiness is to enjoy the present, without anxious dependence upon the future, not to amuse ourselves with either hopes or fears but to rest satisfied with what we have, which is sufficient, for he that is so wants nothing. The greatest blessings of mankind are within us and within our reach. A wise... Continue Reading →

Thoughts On Charlottesville

In light of recent events in Charlottesville, VA, I feel I need to respond and get some thoughts out there. First of all, white nationalism is disgusting.  White nationalism is disgusting and the terrorism that has occurred in Charlottesville is appalling. Second, I’m a middle-class white male.  I’m a middle-class white male, former pastor who... Continue Reading →

Eastern States 100 – 2017

RECAP:  My goal is to to run 100 miles at the Eastern States 100 in August of next year. To prepare I volunteered at this year’s race. After some emailing and coordinating, I was assigned to an aid station at 25.6 miles into the 102 total miles. WHAT I LEARNED: The name of the game... Continue Reading →

On The Brevity of Life:

We all, at some level, are on the same quest. We share a common fate and goal. We have a limited number of days and we want to live each one well. The clock is always ticking. We’re constantly moving toward the end of our lives. That sounds pretty depressing. Until you learn to accept... Continue Reading →

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