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Entries by Doug Motel
TRANSCRIPTION: Hi, we are at the Zen Garden at the John Hamann Museum in West Chester County New York, where we’re going to work with the Joseph Campbell quote from Myths to Live By, about Asobase Kotoba. “There is a curious, extremely interesting term in Japanese that refers to a very special manner of polite […]
Say a Powerful “Good Bye” to 2016 Take Doug Motel’s online webinar on “completing” 2016. This 24 minute video is about playing the game of performing an emotional/spiritual cleansing of the previous year in order to make room for the coming year.
Webster’s Dictionary describes a tragedy as a “drama describing a conflict between the protagonist and a superior force, and having a sorrowful conclusion”. The death of Philip Seymour Hoffman of a heroin overdose struck me as a great tragedy. Like so many tragedies that we stand on the sidelines gawking at, I am struck by […]
Have you ever had a huge crush on someone and become convinced that they were “the one” only to discover that they didn’t feel the same way about you and then years later you see them and think “What on earth was I thinking? I sure dodged a bullet there!” Or have you ever […]
DiCaprio bringing us down but brilliantly Last night my friend Tim and I went to see The Wolf of Wall Street. I was eager to see it because I think there are few filmmakers around with the imagination of Martin Scorsese and his films are always better on the big screen. I was also curious […]
Last week a dear friend was in tears because she had one more lash in what has been seeming to her like a whipping coming from the employment Gods. She has had a streak of bad money luck. My first thought was something that my friend Jodi once said. It is a quote I […]
Though there is a part of me that would love to be a professional couch potato, I do have a lot of interests and I have found that if I don’t express them I get miserable. The other day someone asked me how it is that I do so many things, that I am involved […]