Tag: wisdom

Trust your gut (and your heart)

“Trust is the highest form of human motivation.” ~Steven R. Covey The brain is the most important organ in the body. ACCORDING TO THE BRAIN. It has evolved to seek, find and solve problems. Our proto-rodent ancestors that were relaxed and mellow became snacks. The ones that were anxious and worried tended to survive. We have inherited millennia of this… Read more →

Intentions Are Not Goals

Intentions are not goals. An intention is an attitude, an orientation, a connection to desire. But not to the outcome. Because the Buddhists were right: the mind wants to want more than it wants to have. Goals grasp at fixed points. But shit be transient, yo. Goals come from the mind, intentions from the heart. The root of the word… Read more →

Enthusiasm: Drug of the Gods

enthusiasm (n.) c.1600, from Middle French enthousiasme (16c.) and directly from Late Latin enthusiasmus, from Greek enthousiasmos “divine inspiration,” from enthousiazein “be inspired or possessed by a god, be rapt, be in ecstasy,” from entheos “divinely inspired, possessed by a god,” from en “in” (see en- (2)) + theos “god” I started writing this post on enthusiasm and was thinking,… Read more →