Posts Tagged ‘travel’

From The West To The South And West Again

March 14th, 2018 | Posted in March 2018

Every desire for good and happiness is for each person a very great and insidious Love. (…) Love is the desire to possess what is good forever.  – Plato, Symposium, XXIV Nearing the end of my tremendously inspiring trip with my family in Chile, I was feeling sadness and anxiousness: sadness for the obvious – […]

Hola From The Beautiful Abyss

January 24th, 2018 | Posted in January 2018

Greetings from Chile! The good news is that life gets more exciting the more you stay awake – meaning conscious and willing to take risks in the completely unknown details. If we choose to always tiptoe around things and cannot move until we know the answers to every little detail, we will never experience the […]

Up Up and Vacay

June 15th, 2017 | Posted in June 2017

Summer has arrived in full force, and I can feel a change of energy in the air! People are hustling and bustling, but it’s a different kind of busy than other times of the year. Kids are out of school, and people are making plans to travel and visit loved ones or sites that they […]

Travels Far and Wide

September 7th, 2016 | Posted in September 2016

CAMELBACK MOUNTAIN located in Phoenix, has two strenuous trails that ascend 1,280 feet to its peak. We started out from the trailhead at 5:30 am and it took us 4 hours to climb up and back.  My Note: Not for sissy’s for sure. A few diggers and a couple angels along the way made it […]

Castles In The Sand

June 4th, 2015 | Posted in June 2015

There is a cellular recalibration that occurs when we allow ourselves an opportunity to get away from it all, to unplug from the world – really and truly unplug from all sources that keep our brain engaged with a rolling “to do” list and to experience a real-time vacation. Vacation: 1. Freedom from any activity; […]