Category Archives: Passionate Equanimity

Paradise By The Dashboard Light: who’s riding shotgun in your car, why emotions aren’t your BFF + Meatloaf, oh my! (part two of the two-fer one)

[ Now, where were we? Oh, yeah…we were lost in Vegas, with Karla (our faithful heart) protesting in the backseat…if you haven’t read Part One yet, check it out here. ] Stop right there! I gotta know right now! Before … Continue reading

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Paradise By the Dashboard Light: who’s riding shotgun in your car, why emotions aren’t your BFF + Meatloaf, oh my! (a two-fer one post)

[ Meatloaf’s classic tune depicts two lovers who regret letting their emotional urges get the best of them.  I’ve always loved this song and as I was rockin’ out to it the other day suddenly it hit me: Hey! This … Continue reading

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Technicolor Life, the Cosmic Goodness Party & Why I Think Fulfillment Is a Four-Letter Word

The conversation with my husband the other day went kinda like this: “Honey, ever since I’ve known you … My God, woman! You are never fulfilled!  When I met you it was college and art consciousness stuff and then it … Continue reading

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Know Thy Self

“A reporter interviewing A.J. Muste, who during the Vietnam War stood in front of the White House night after night with a candle, one rainy night asked,”Mr. Muste, do you really think you are going to change the policies of … Continue reading

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