Archives for March 2012

Hakuna matata

“Hakuna, matata; Hakuna, matata!” I woke the Monday after the change to daylight savings time to find the ego surreally cavorting around my still-darkened bedroom, belting out the famed Lion King tune. “It means no worries for the rest of your days,” he sang. “Scram,” I said. I sat up and rubbed my eyes; the […]

The cost of living

“THE ONLY THING WORTH DYING FOR IS LIVING,” read the marquee outside a nearby church. My foot popped off the accelerator and moved toward the brake. But another car, tight on my tail, prevented me from slowing down to make sure I’d read correctly. I drove around the block and reread the caption: “THE ONLY […]

The Rock of Salvation

I had just posted my most recent interview with Ken Wapnick and sat in my office on a Monday morning reviewing the copious notes I’d taken during the February workshop I’d attended at the Foundation for a Course in Miracles. “What Jesus is describing when he refers to us is paranoid schizophrenia,” I read, quoting […]