The spiritual-fitness self-assessment
The Spiritual-Fitness-Self-Assessment is a free, simple downloadable tool that in five minutes will help you to establish where you might have holes in your spiritual- practice.
Learn if you might need help with patience, forgiveness, anger, love, and more.
A modern-day rabbi with John Lennon’s inclusivity and a Blues Brothers mission.
Rabbi Brian lives in Portland, Oregon with his family.
Religion Outside The Box
For the spiritual but not religious – people who aren’t uplight about denominationalism and know that all religions practiced correctly are fingers pointing to the same moon.
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The 77% Weekly Newsletter
The 77% Weekly Newsletter is sent every Monday morning, except the last Monday of the month. You can get some spiritual-nourishment right in your in-box. It’s free. And, wonderful.
Why is it called The 77% Weekly? Because 52 weeks a year minus 12 (last Mondays of the month) equals 40. (40/52 is 77%)
Chances are you work too much. Many of us do. (You probably agree.) So, I want to remind you that you only need a 77% to pass.
Michelle is driving me back to her house, where I left my car. We just had a lovely dinner. Conversation with her just flows; she is one of my no-filter-required friends. The 84-Freeway here in Portland is doing its impression of Los Angeles traffic. The right lane is...
My elbows in my blue sport coat touch my body just above my belt. My hands rest on my computer, on the tray table, above my jeans-wearing legs. My stomach feels awkwardly compressed. I feel physically constricted. Considering I am 35,000 feet in the air traveling at a...
I’m not a big theist. I don’t believe that there is a God controlling the weather. This is not an article on theology. My book, podcasts, and more about God can be found here. I don’t believe God controls the weather. But I do see the weather. I live in Portland,...