Andrew Furst

What Is Inner Peace? – Dialectic Two Step

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If you enjoyed this post,  please like and share. Dialectic Two-Step  is an ongoing series of my thoughts on questions that come my way. Wisdom lies neither in fixity nor in change, but in the dialectic between the two. – Octavio Get Each Month’s Dialectic Two Step In Your Email Box What Is Inner Peace? Actually, I don’t ever get this question. It almost seems worthy of a sarcastic response. I can see someone responding by closing their eyes, making the OK Mudra and chanting Om with a little smirk on their face….read more

One Minute Meditation – Royalston Crick

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Royalston Crick Closing out the month of August with one more reflection back to Winter’s end.  This stream I dubbed Royalston Crick, formed from the water of the spring thaw. It turned tundra to mud. Stirring up the smell of earth after a tired frozen winter.  As we look around at the green of summer, all this sprung from that rebirth not so long ago. If you enjoyed this post,  please like and share. Minute Meditations is an ongoing series of short videos, poems, and commentary intended as a meditation.  Offered as an opportunity to step back…read more

Sunday Morning Coming Down – Sofa Rockers

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Kruder & Dorfmeister – Sofa Rockers My favorite DJs. Sunday Morning Style. Sunday Morning Coming Down is an ongoing music  video series.  The songs fit my definition of music for a lazy couch bound Sunday morning. Get Each Week’s Sunday Morning Coming Down In Your Email Box If you enjoyed this post,  please like and share.

Is It Important To Be Spiritual? – Modern Koans

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Is It Important To Be Spiritual? I don’t think anyone agrees on what spiritual means. I would say it’s more of a “not” thing. It’s “not” religion, but kind of It’s “not” materialism, cause well, that sounds bad It’s “not” about a deity because we can’t relate to that It’s “not” science, because that feels cold By talking about spirituality without a working definition, I think we risk talking about nothing. Perhaps people who profess a preference for spirituality are speaking out in wont of an answer to some existential problem. I’d…read more