For me, meditation isn’t about clearing my mind, it’s about filling my heart.
Underneath we’re all the same, perfectly imperfect, doing what we can, making our way through life, searching for a warm blanket and a tender hand to hold.
If we truly desire to quell the terror of the world, we must first have the courage to meet our own fear with love and compassion.
I want you to remember that you matter, that there is no honor in working yourself to death or sacrificing this life you’ve been granted for any dream.
For Father’s Day I’d like to share this chapter from my book — the story of the little girl who changed my life…
Ram Dass taught me that the guru is in me, always, everywhere, and is available with a simple connection with my heart and the hearts of those I love.