Saoirse

No, not the actress. What she’s named for. “Of all the treasures a person can possess, she says, the most valuable is saoirse [pronounced sear-sha “like inertia”], the Gaelic word for freedom.” Andrew Nikiforuk, interviewing …

Who Knows?

An important detail to understand about this blog is that it’s not about the wisdom of some person named Davidya. It’s not “my” knowledge. Someone who sees themselves as a person has a limited capacity …

Reading Articles

I usually publish articles in the sequence in which they arise. They sometimes tie into each other. And I tend to publish articles in batches. It makes more marketing sense to post one or two …

Words

The American Dialect Society held its annual “Word of the Year” vote for 2016. The winner was dumpster fire: an exceedingly disastrous or chaotic situation. (e.g. US election) In third and fourth place were normalize …

The Afterlife

This little parable has been making the rounds recently, so I thought I’d share it. In a mother’s womb were two babies. One asked the other: “Do you believe in life after delivery?” The other …

My Secret is Silence

My Secret is Silence The waves of mind demand so much of Silence. But She does not talk back does not give answers nor arguments. She is the hidden author of every thought every feeling …

Kundalini Book

The book Kundalini Vidya is back in print again. Ordering direct is cheaper. It’s now sold through Amazon. It’s a reference I’ve mentioned several times, plus on the Books page above. I mention this for …

Happiness Matters

You’ve undoubtedly seen and heard the Pharrell Williams song Happy. Here’s some quotes from a recent article of his in the NY Times. “Happiness is a human right. It’s neither a luxury nor a triviality. …

7 Years

I launched this blog as In2Deep 7 years and 1295 articles ago this week. It went a little quiet while I got my grad degree a few years ago. And a couple of times while …