Most Recent Artifacts
- Life’s a dance once you hear your music
I first read The Four Agreements simply as a human being trying to improve my existence. I was a bit adrift, soul searching and very open to defining my spiritual path. This practical guide to personal freedom was brought to my attention by a good friend Hawk Metheny, my program coordinator at the Appalachian Mountain Club.
This excerpt from the book reminded me of something I…
- July 22, 2009
- Oh, how I love my wife and kitty.
I just wanted to express a deep heart felt thank you to my wife for her patience and understanding with the many long nights and days I sat glued to my computer designing, developing and testing this site. I am a believer that every time someone accomplishes great things in their life it is because of hard work and support from friends and family.
A few days later is…
- July 13, 2009
- Blue sky thinking. The fresh water toilet…
Seven years ago I was walking up the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine. Everything I needed was on my back and this was probably one of two times in my life where my “foot print” was smallest (my bank account too). When masses of people co-habitate in dense spaces the good effects of civilization and the bad ones can grow exponentially. On my 2,170 mile journey up the AT…
- July 11, 2009