Posts Tagged ‘Carlos Castaneda


New Year, New Intention

Last year, my intention was to “be present”.  It was hard to work at it.  It is so easy to let my mind wander to the “what should I have done” and the “what if this happens” and all the little things that need attention at some point.  I did manage to improve my focus, and keep my mind and attention on the here and now.  It made some of the highlights of the year like the Plane Pull for Sight and the TWECS project much more rewarding.

This year, I’ve decided that my intention will be the quote that has guided my life for the past 13 years. Continue reading ‘New Year, New Intention’



It has been a long time, hasn’t it?  Almost 2 years since my last blog post, and it popped into my head a few days ago that maybe I should revive it.  I’m not really sure who would be paying attention at this point, but I love writing and sharing my version of the world around me.  So here I am, sitting at the computer, spilling out my thoughts.

The catalyst for this post was a 4 hour drive home from a work trip.  Not much to do for that much time other than Continue reading ‘Thoughts’


100 Happy Days Challenge: Day 78

The path with heart
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Day 11: What is your favourite quote?

All paths are the same, leading nowhere.
Therefore follow the path with heart.
~ Carlos Castaneda

The story of this quote and how I consider it my guide in life goes back a few years.  In 2005, Continue reading ‘Day 11: What is your favourite quote?’

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