It’s as if God said, “NOW let’s see you get to Kona, tough guy!”

“But Dadda…why do you have to do your Ironman races?” This was asked of me by my youngest son, Jeffrey (5 at the time), just 3 days prior to my first ever triathlon. I found myself in the uncommon position of not having words to explain why I “had to” do this race. After a moment’sContinue reading “It’s as if God said, “NOW let’s see you get to Kona, tough guy!””

An Uncommon Antidote to a Common Disease.

“Disease” is an interesting term. Broken down, the word is really dis-ease; or going against – ease. It doesn’t mean “sick.” It can simply mean that you’re not feeling peaceful or at ease. Amidst a global pandemic, a civil rights revolution, and our sorry presidential election process, many of us are carrying around a feelingContinue reading “An Uncommon Antidote to a Common Disease.”

When Did We Lose Our Way?

And is it too late to turn back? The precise moment we become lost is always prior to the moment when we realize that we’re actually lost. That’s the way it works. We think we know where we’re going, then, over time, we finally accept that we’re lost.  It’s the same with regard to beingContinue reading “When Did We Lose Our Way?”