Today I will serve you an eclectic buffet of posts from the bottom of the Deep Living blog archive, a treasure trove of pick-me-ups for a lonely night, a few stray minutes during lunch break, instead of watching your favorite Netflix show, or while surfing the net. This blog has been in existence for over six years and I'm not even sure what I'll find when I go digging. So here goes...
We all have too much stuff, and not all stuff is created equal. I found a post from 2015 about what makes stuff meaningful.
One of my favorite posts, also from 2015, is a reflection on the power of Now, and the dumbfounding realization that the past actually doesn't exist. Huh? Here is the post.
During the Ebola crisis in 2014 I reflected on the mystery of Ebola in particular, and illness in general, at least as we see it from our Western medical perspective. Food for thought.
By design we don't have a clock in our living area, and in 2013 I reflected on forgetting your watch and experiencing time differently.
In January of 2014 I pondered the choice of our thoughts and how that is so crucial to how we perceive life and our lot in a post called it's your choice.