Posts Tagged ‘philosophy’

So the Mayan calendar drops off in December this year. Other ancient civilizations described this moment in the time loop as pivotal to our next phase of consciousness . . . and so on and so forth. So what does that have to do with our day to day lives? What does this mean to us? Is the world coming to an end? (more…)

A man climbs the ladder of success all within the confines of his false ego until he realizes . . . it wasn’t he that succeeded, it was the self collectively created by everyone else . . . which is not success at all. Have you ever noticed that some of the greatest true successes come by way of great suffering first? There is a reason for this.  The Infinite All is our true origin . . . the ego is the false self which seeks to hold on to limiting beliefs of what you (more…)

This post is from a male’s perspective so you women out there please don’t feel alienated or that this entry is sexist. It should actually be empowering and enlightening . . . so on to it.

So how is success a woman? Success is a woman from a man’s perspective and here’s why. Man’s journey thoughout life is to be successful. First a man must define success to himself then he must set out to achieve it. It’s a desire . . . much like he desires a woman. When a man sees a woman he wants his instinct is to start thinking of ways to get her. This longing begins with (more…)

      First off I want to say I’m sorry I’ve been gone so long folks. A lot of business has come my way and has taken me away from blogging and pushing my lines through social media. But I’ve come full circle and through reading various books on business and how the internet plays a role in business in this day and age I’m proud to say I’m BAAAAAAAAAAACK! (more…)

       Lately in my regular reading I’ve been coming across the age old, reoccuring theme of “good versus evil” namely in particular stories . . . stories that are factual and have a place in history. None has had me more intrigued recently than the “Billy The Kid” drama of the 1860’s. Now I’ve never been that interested in the wild west or the culture as a whole. I’m only SOMEWHAT familiar with it because of Hollywood which isn’t that familiar to begin with seeing that most of it is fiction. But what got me interested in “The Kid”s story was it being on the front page of Yahoo News (click here for the story) that he’s up for a posthumous pardon. (more…)