Category: book of the week

The Four Agreements

Be impeccable with your word Don’t take anything personally Don’t make assumptions Always do your best When I read this book years ago, it resonated with me so much, that it became my bible. Since then, I’ve gifted this book so many times I lost count. It’s no secret that The Four Agreements has been

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The Last Lecture

“All You Have Is What You Bring With You”  -Randy Pausch The Last Lecture This week’s book is one that I absolutely adore…and I’m not the only one. Six million copies were sold of this delightful read, “The Last Lecture”.  Randy Pausch imparted wisdom as a computer science professor at Carnegie Mellon when his time

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Being in Love

“Relating means you are always starting, you are always trying to become acquainted.  Again and again, you are introducing yourself to each other. You are trying to see the many facets of the other’s personality. You are trying to penetrate deeper and deeper into his realm of inner feelings, into the deep recesses of her

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Braving the Wilderness

“True belonging is the spiritual practice of believing in and belonging to yourself so deeply that you can share your most authentic self with the world and find sacredness in both being a part of something and standing alone in the wilderness. True belonging doesn’t require you to change who you are; it requires you

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Conversations with God

If you read my “about me” page, you’ll learn that I implored the very few spiritually minded friends I had at the time, for a “how to” guide on meditation. Back then, I categorized these very few friends as being “into that weird shit”. It WAS weird! And quite honestly, it still is and it’s

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Spiritual Liberation

This week’s book is “Spiritual Liberation” by Micheal Bernard Beckwith. As part of my “blissipline”, I’m fortunate to live in LA where the Agape spiritual center is located. Every Sunday or Wednesday, I am graced by the sagacity of this brilliant mind that never runs out of infinite wisdom. He has mastered his “flow” state

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