In The Art of Stillness, Adventures in Going Nowhere, author Pico Iyer writes of his personal exploration into finding stillness in a world that seems to move exponentially faster with each day.
What if we approached all aspects of our lives as we do our physical and endurance training?
Maybe it was the lack of oxygen, maybe the dwindling light, maybe the sounds of heaving on the trail beside me, but I was starting to get a little scared.
You must meet the outer world with your inner world or existence will crush you.
I don’t know what to call what I’ve been doing this last year. If I call it traveling, that seems to insinuate I’m on vacation, and most of the time that is not what it feels like, nor was that the intention.
Susan and I recently embarked on our first bikepacking adventure. I’ve ridden a mountain bike…
This week marks twelve months of dirty good living. Twelve months attempting to live deliberately and with intention.
This morning, while scraping the bottom of my peanut butter (in lieu of almond butter,…