Tag Archives: Kierkegaard

The Heart of Love: Who to Exclude & Why


. . For those of us who are truly trying to grow spiritually, the question of “who am I to love and how?”—and its inverse, “who am I not to love or not to give my attention and care to … Continue reading

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Krishnamurti on Relationships & Self-Knowledge


The following are some of my favorite Krishnamurti quotes and excerpts that I have accumulated over the years. And some of these may include my own amending and modifications, because when I read, I don’t just consider what the author … Continue reading

Posted in Immature Love, Intimacy, Intimate Relationships, Kierkegaard, Krishnamurti, M. Scott Peck, Real Love, Schnarch, Spiritual Growth, The Road Less Traveled, Truth, Waking Up, What is Love? | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 5 Comments

The Reason for the Season: “There’s Life without Love, but It’s Really Not Much of a Life”


Or “Get Busy Loving or Get Busy Dying” There is no neutrality in life: every moment of our lives is up for grabs, being claimed by Love and counter-claimed by fear.  Both options, both alternatives, are present in every moment … Continue reading

Posted in "Shadowlands", Bukowski, C.S. Lewis, Courage, David Whyte, Gurdjieff, Hazrat Inayat Khan, John 10:10, John 12:24, John 3:19-21, John 3:3, John 3:30, Ken Wilber, Kierkegaard, M. Scott Peck, Mature Love, Mental Health, P.C. Cast, Real Love, Spiritual Growth, The Road Less Traveled, Thomas Merton, Waking Up, What is Love? | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Real Love & The Examined Life


We naturally tend to speak to others in our own love language, meaning we try to love others in the way we would want to be loved, in ways that speak love to us. This is just part of being … Continue reading

Posted in "The Denial of Death", Conscience, Conscious Love, Courage, Differentiation, Ernest Becker, Immature Love, Intimate Relationships, Love, Love is a Decision, Love is Not a Feeling, M. Scott Peck, Mature Love, Mental Health, Spiritual Growth, The Road Less Traveled, Waking Up, What is Love? | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments