The Gratefulness Series

A reminder that we are grateful


November 2012

Still thankful

So to all of my friends and family, I hope that you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend.  Mine was fantastic.  Dinner on Thursday with family, relaxed and did some chores around the house on Friday, visited some old family… Continue Reading →

Good Times

I guess tonight i am just grateful for good times… yep, they exist. And even in the midst of chaos and disorder; spiritual angst and dis-ease— there are moments to kick back and just feel good… for no reason at… Continue Reading →

Family and Friends…

Today I am grateful for family and friends.  Even if I thought that life was doom and gloom, ( I don’t); I would still have family and friends.  They are what makes life worth living.  So count your blessings add… Continue Reading →

free form

in the places in the spaces where silence grows knowledge knows one must step up to plate and be conscious of what we ate can’t hate we only are what we are and can’t differentiate between the one who we… Continue Reading →


Yesterday I was driving to Sacramento to play golf in a tournament with a bunch of my peers, just outside of the downtown area, my car decided that it wanted to go no further.  Well it does have 288,394 miles on… Continue Reading →

all our edges; all our depths – all our weakness; all our night

On this night of new moon; I am grateful for being alive and for those that support me as I travel through my darkness—facing the faces, personalities, of myself that I have shied away from for so long. For they… Continue Reading →

same ol’ story…

Well I am kind of surprised that my brother joined me on my soap box, touting the fact that we live in a country where the people are allowed to vote.  The results may not be what we always want personally,… Continue Reading →


Today, I am grateful for our Freedom… a bit patriotic I suppose. However, if I am to devote my life to love and peace, then I need to take a serious look at my own feelings, thoughts and actions towards… Continue Reading →


Yesterday was Halloween.  I am told by my wife that it is a Celtic tradition rooted in Scotland and Ireland; and that it has nothing to do with Dia de Muerta.  I have no clue as to what its roots… Continue Reading →

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