During the times I’ve served as spiritual leader for various churches or centers I’ve told my Sunday service audience that my talks were really self-disclosure moments. Often my talks (pre-determined weeks or months in advance) became a learning tool for me. Or, truthfully, more like, “This is how I royally screwed up this week and this is how the universal principles I believe in got me through it.”
My blog, “Making Sense of Life,” continues that tradition. I write about what I feel moved to share. Sometimes it’s a current event that feels like people need support. Other times it can be a major breakthrough in living life more fully either I’ve experienced or have heard about. Sometimes I have other bloggers I follow share their thoughts. But most of the time it’s just my angle on how to have a life worth living.
If you are interested in learning more about my background, my availability as a speaker or to order my books, please click here. That link will take you to my website where you can dig a little deeper.
I’m also the founding director of Spirit, Mind and Body Foundation, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation dedicated to creating a more peaceful planet, a world that works for everyone. Our work is one of support and education, as well as striving to financially support and supporting like-minded individuals and organization through our quarterly “appreciation awards.”