The Running of the Salmon

Whether it be the death of our identity, our ego, of a relationship, of a dream we thought would one day be, or the disintegration of our human bodies, we think of death as the ultimate end, a ceasing of something we wanted to prolong. "It’s not what happens. It’s how you then react to it. It’s not what happens. It’s how you then react to it.”

Transforming Through Pain

One of the greatest gifts a horrific tragedy can give us, is the depth of pain we feel in its’ aftermath.  Wait what?  I know, that sounds like complete horseshit.  But it’s true.  The unimaginable pain we feel after we experience loss is, for most of us, followed immediately by the desire to escape that pain.  Often we don’t... Continue Reading →

Rest In Peace My Friend

There have been a number of times in the last 5 years that I’ve literally thought I might lose my mind.  This is one of those times. The news yesterday, of my oldest friend being found dead, alone in his home, hit my like a ton of bricks.  The words, 'Ryan passed away', sent waves of shock... Continue Reading →

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