Evolving Ourselves

Since the cognitive revolution 70,000 years ago, we have been changing our behavior and social patterns faster than our DNA is able to change. The cognitive revolution, according to Yuval Noah Harari, enabled humankind to imagine realities other than the perceived reality of the ground we walk on, the sky we look up to, or… Read More

Managing Our Aging

Physical change is present throughout our lives and it’s up to us to manage it.  Our bodies grow and mature into our twenties and thirties.  In our thirties and forties our bodies begin to show signs of wear and tear depending what we did in prior years.  In our fifties and sixties we can get… Read More

Soap Operas and Beer

The family went to Ridgway last weekend.  We stayed at a hotel and met a most patient friendly hotel manager but the name of Patti.  She put our 5-year-old to work helping set up evening drinks for the hotel guests.  We got to talking and she mentioned how she came to her current position via… Read More

What’s your intention?

The word intention has it’s roots in the Latin Intendere (intend).  To intend something is to ‘direct the attention to.’  Our attention is directed by both our conscious and unconscious minds.  Unconsciously, our drives, instincts and impulses have a direction with some rooted deep in our psyche’s and part of our genetic programming.  Sometimes we… Read More