Reflections spurred by thee empty recliner next to me at my parents’ house on December 24.
An old favorite book of mine is all about what happens to people who stubbornly think for themselves, and go through positive disintegration in the process.
Intellectual OE and emotional OE can collide to create tremendous spiritual anxiety—or they can work together to create an agnostic Heaven.
Precisely because it’s not easy to do, sincere attention is often the greatest gift you can give a person.
Have you ever been so preoccupied that you consume your dessert mindlessly and it’s gone before you actually think to taste it? Continue reading Mindful Cupcakes
Today, on his birthday, I’m honoring Dad with mindfulness. Continue reading Mindfulness and the Personality Ideal
So much of the material out there on giftedness talks about caring for your gifted child. But how do you care for an exceptionally gifted parent? Continue reading Dad, Supernova
I hereby announce the opening of my page on Dabrowski’s Theory of Positive Disintegration. Continue reading That Psychological Theory I Go On About
Dad loved the Upper Peninsula and the Great Lakes, especially Superior. Continue reading Dad at the Lake
I’ve got some really bad news. Continue reading Greetings, Grief