Perspective in a Volatile World

If there’s one religious figure, I prefer to call him a true Luminary, who has never disappointed me because he always seems to keep a cheerful demeanor while remaining true to himself and his convictions, that would be the Dalai Lama. On one hand, I would not endorse religion as I see it to be… Continue reading Perspective in a Volatile World

What Does Your Life Stand For?

What Eckhart Tolle is to your mind, as he helps you understand the dynamics of the ego, Gangaji is to your spirit… listening to her has both a soothing effect as well as it makes sense but somehow bypasses the part of your mind that always wants to figure things out… You could say Eckhart… Continue reading What Does Your Life Stand For?

Revealing Your True Being

Sooner or later, a point in your life comes along when you finally sit still for a moment to stop and ask yourself what you’ve accomplished, reevaluate who you are and wonder, “what am I doing all this for?” For years we’ve gone through life in an effort of learning what it’s all about, learning… Continue reading Revealing Your True Being

Latest Project

Now that Rhonya’s moved to California, I’ve taken great pleasure in redeveloping her web site, Bella Bohemian. Truth be told, I haven’t done any development for quite a while hence have to dig into a few books for reference on CSS and XHTML and slowly get into Javascript. But, it’s fun and she’s not in a… Continue reading Latest Project

George Carlin – Isn’t It Amazing?

taller buildings but shorter tempers, wider
freeways, but narrower viewpoints. We spend more,
but have less, we buy more, but enjoy less. We have
bigger houses and smaller families, more
conveniences, but less time. We have more degrees
but less sense, more knowledge, but less judgment,
more experts, yet more problems, more medicine, but
less wellness.

The Getty and Rhonya’s Birthday Dinner

Even early on today we were greeted by the natural beauty that surrounds us, sunlight, clear, bright blue skies with about 20°C/68°F. We hit the road late morning en route to Los Angeles and, more specifically, the Getty Museum, which is about a 163km/101mi drive. Once we arrived we found that this was not some small-time… Continue reading The Getty and Rhonya’s Birthday Dinner

Avatar, the movie

This film was breathtaking from the first scene, introduced by a moving musical score, flying amongst the tropical foliage of a lush and misty alien moon… leading to a completely unexpected unfolding of events. If you haven’t seen it yet I won’t say too much except that you will soon feel yourself immersed in the… Continue reading Avatar, the movie

Human Dignity

It may be so that we’ve grown up in different geographic regions. This may mean that we speak different languages, have different spiritual perspectives, differ in cuisine, differ in color, … Nonetheless, we live on the same planet, breathe the same air, share in the same natural resources for food, building our homes and constructing… Continue reading Human Dignity

Celestine Insights

1. We are discovering again that we live in a deeply mysterious world, full of sudden coincidences and synchronistic encounters that seem destined. 2. As more of us awaken to this mystery, we will create a completely new worldview—redefining the universe as energetic and sacred. 3. We will discover that everything around us, all matter,… Continue reading Celestine Insights