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Archive for May, 2013

Meditation Retreat Pt. 1- getting there…

Here I am, on the other side…

 

It’s 2:21, in the Philadelphia Airport.  My flight leaves at 6pm for Boise, Idaho, where I’ll spend the next 6 days with my parents.

 

The better part of 2 weeks ago, I sat in a different airport, a different man.  I’ve now experienced things that have changed how I view the world, and my relationship to it, and it’s all good.

 

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facing my fears

It’s as if I can feel all my fears coming to the surface…

 

I’m sitting in the Savannah, GA airport.  The time is 5:11am.  I haven’t slept.  Stories of child murders, Boston bombings, and other stories in today’s horrific news resonate through the nearly empty terminal.  Last night I sent one suitcase, and my trusty ‘tour’ bike home with Wes Day-  one of the blue men here on tour, who was driving back to Orlando, and in fact is probably already there.  I’m headed somewhere different…

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