Giving and Receiving: A Biological Imperative

The essay reflects on the interconnectedness of life and personal choices, emphasizing the role of biology and human nature in shaping individual paths. Drawing inspiration from St. Francis of Assisi, it highlights the significance of giving, asserting that the inclination to give is ingrained in our biology, impacting personal and professional development, particularly in the field of medicine, where the act of giving is integral to the well-being of individuals and the future of humanity. Explore more by reading this post.

2024-01-10T14:00:40-05:00January 10, 2024|Blog Post|0 Comments

A Blue Ocean Awaits Us All

Each of us, through the cultivation of the qualities of mindful practice- attentive observation, critical curiosity, beginner’s mind, and presence- can find a blue ocean of opportunity, satisfaction, meaning, and work. May the currents take you to new vistas and new depths, and may you invite others along- the ocean is vast, and there is plenty of room.

2023-11-21T11:33:59-05:00November 21, 2023|Blog Post|0 Comments

Tracking Your Life: Knowing Precisely How to Get There

On a recent holiday traveling with eight of my family members, I was reminded of the song by the classic rock band, Cream, ‘Strange Brew’. How I got there, at least as far as I can trace the sequence of thoughts that led me, was first a reflection on how very different and at the same time very similar a group of closely or loosely related human beings can be.

2023-08-30T10:44:34-05:00August 30, 2023|Blog Post|0 Comments

Identities: Removing Some and Growing Others – Endings and Beginnings

On a recent holiday traveling with eight of my family members, I was reminded of the song by the classic rock band, Cream, ‘Strange Brew’. How I got there, at least as far as I can trace the sequence of thoughts that led me, was first a reflection on how very different and at the same time very similar a group of closely or loosely related human beings can be.

2023-06-16T12:48:37-05:00June 16, 2023|Blog Post|0 Comments
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