A highly-respected writer, speaker and wellness coach based in NYC. His work lives at the intersection of self-awareness and aligned action.
I began practicing meditation…
at the age of 15.
In 1993, this was surely an anomaly.
“There might not always be a way out, but there’s always a way through.”
there’s just no way to avoid a challenge.
we must rely as much on our resilience as we do our intelligence.
We can’t have a meaningful connection with others until we have a meaningful connection with ourselves.
It is often our subjective, emotional identification with what we consider to be “good” and “bad” that prevents us from becoming conscious of what is unconscious in us.
We will never be perfect, but we can always be well.
The idea and pursuit of perfection is intrinsically ridiculous.