bad week.. how to rebound?

well after a great stretch of hard work and accomplishing things, i had a clunker of a week. living in the present should be my salvation, but it is tough when i know there is so much i’ve committed to doing and i’m not much closer to delivering. i need to not overcommit, but i also get restless when i undercommit. again, the middle path is the easiest, yet i find ways to go the long, hard way. trust the way, find your Buddha-nature. next is holding on.. the hard part.


language of the gods

what is it about music that makes everyone stop and listen? i love watching small children stop and dance. they can’t control themselves. it truly is the language of the gods.


cleaning the mirror

the mirror of my illumination is foggy. i am having trouble keeping it clean. how do i escape the circle of human life and remain in the real center? just when i think i am in the clear, i let my guard down and my ego creeps in. every hero has trials, but they seem easier read than done.


tuesday snoozeday

I want rid of mind,
so I can swim in the bliss.
How long ’til I’m free?


monday funday

little sleep, lottle booze. here we go again from the top.


second coming?

my father is a jewish carpenter. literally. does that mean i’m the second coming?


fried hay

let’s do this! i’ve gotten myself wrapped up in big projects. i can either back down or do one thing at a time. what will i choose… stay tuned!


today will be a good day

you heard it here. work will happen, quality of course. somedays i’m concerned with my creative output, so yesterday i put other things aside. i feel good, not too tired. now to stick my hand in my heart and spill it all over the stage… or at least my desk.


band videos

spending the afternoon, for better or worse, putting together videos for my band. let’s hope this counts as productive.


tuesday hangover

having a hard time waking up today. i slept a long time, but i must still need some recovery time. stretching always helps, if i could only figure out a way to do that everyday i’d probably be much more alert and active. one day at a time.