The experiences I’m having as a Lyft driver are more valuable to the constitution of my philosophy than the last decade of wilderness exploration in Japan.
My workplace cubicle move is complete. It was easy with just a computer, a stapler and a few photos, plus enough small odds and ends as fit in a little … Continue reading
I’ve told my daughter several times how the perception of affluence has a way of wearing off. That privilege is a perishable sense. And that even the “good life” is … Continue reading
Feeling connected to the place you live means you need to understand the good, the bad and the profane.
One day five or so years back I was exploring an abandoned trail in the deep mountains near the Japan Southern Alps. It was the height of summer and the … Continue reading
In 1988 my friends Eric and John invented a religion. They did this as a point of utility, as we needed something to print on a flyer we planned to … Continue reading
From 1987 to 1990 I lived alone on one of the beaches on this list. My home then was a broken down old 1963 Frito Lay Potato Chip van. I … Continue reading
When I first introduced Emily to the California Beach Lifestyle this last summer she was hesitant and unsure. She took one look at the scantily clad young girls and told … Continue reading
On May 1st, 2015 I met my wife and daughter at Los Angeles International airport after they arrived to join me in starting our new lives in the United States. … Continue reading