Coffee Contemplation

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Coffee Contemplation

Designing your post Covid-19 life

Gail Golden posed an interesting question: When the world gets back to whatever the next normal may be, do you want your life to be the way it was before, or are there things you’re learning out of this? In addition to this, what things about your old lifestyle do you hate, and what things are you really looking forward to once this lockdown Hell has ended? I can't wait […]

todayMarch 16, 2021

Coffee Contemplation

I wonder what my final thoughts will be

I stumbled upon this essay about deathbed regrets. I thought it was worthy of a coffee contemplation. Here are the five most common regrets expressed by the dying: I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me. I wish I hadn’t worked so hard. I wish I’d had the courage to express my feelings. I wish I had stayed […]

todayMarch 13, 2021

Coffee Contemplation

Stripping Back the Layers

Here's something for you to contemplate over coffee (or tea) today. It's a self-awareness exercise where you explore 3 aspects of your-self: Who I Am Who I Fear I Am Who I Pretend To Be Listen to the audio and enjoy.

todayMarch 5, 2021

Coffee Contemplation

the unknowable

Here's something for you to contemplate over coffee (or tea) today: The world is divided into three parts: the known, the unknown, and the unknowable. To receive what you're after, a journey to the unknowable is where you have to go. Enjoy  

todayMarch 1, 2021

Coffee Contemplation

purpose

Here's something for you to contemplate over coffee (or tea) today: what are your thoughts or feelings on purpose? do you believe we have a pre-determined purpose (god/goddess-given)? is our purpose purely biologically driven as directed by our genes? or do we have no purpose other than the one we make for ourselves? watch the clip

todayFebruary 23, 2021

Coffee Contemplation

have you been to the edge lately?

The words in the accompanying photo really resonate with me. They remind me of what Helen Keller said, that "life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all." The very thing that makes an adventure an adventure is the risk of the unknown. If you already know the outcome, it's not much of an adventure. The problem is as humans we crave certainty and control. We err on the […]

todayFebruary 15, 2021