I created a profile on Telegram recently, and was then inspired to create a channel for A Fool's Inclination. For whatever reason, this app feels really good to me. [Oh, and yes, it snowed here in Austin—biggest snow storm since I moved here 14 years ago!] Telegram, from what I so far experienced, has two… Continue reading Telegram
What would you say if you knew you were being listened to? If you knew you were being heard? What would you say if you knew there was no one to convince of anything; no one to teach, no one to correct, no one to influence? What would you say if you knew you were… Continue reading What Would You Say if You Knew?
If you happen to follow me on social media, you certainly are aware of the information I have been sharing or in some cases hinting at. I have even, at times, come out telling my followers what I think is going on in the world right now. From the highest view, I feel we are… Continue reading But How? But Why?
A very quick way to improve your experience of life, especially during an election year and most especially in 2020, is to train yourself out of using labels. “Labels are for jars, not people” As much as possible, avoid labeling individuals. Whenever you place a label on a person, you immediately attach to that person… Continue reading Labelism
One could say that I am starting a new series. Remember always that my strongest intention is to inspire thoughts that help you attain whatever you desire. I want you to think about what I share, not simply believe it. I am not a judge or jury. I am not here to promote one value… Continue reading A Deeply Metaphysical View of Change
[My initial intention was to only post this on social media, but after I wrote it, I decided to post it here first.] If you’re reading this, you have probably noticed that my posts have drifted, bumping up against controversial subjects. As a result, I have either been directly or indirectly accused of being: a… Continue reading Not much Left to Lose
I founded A Fool’s Inclination in April of 2010, more than 10 years ago. I first started doing readings professionally in 2006 and have expanded and shifted my offering throughout that time. I chose the Fool as part of my branding because the Fool takes life one moment at a time. He is truly open-minded… Continue reading What is Q/QAnon?
Picture the scene. A wide valley sits within and is completely surrounded by tall mountains. During spring, when the air is often clean and clear, and when the sunny days outnumber the rest, the valley is lush and green. Those who live in this valley love that time of year. Yes, the sun doesn’t rise… Continue reading The Hermits
I learned recently that the origin of the word decision is quite different than I would have expected. It is, however, elegant and enlightening and makes perfect sense. We all know that an incision is when something is cut into. Think of it this way: in (in or into) - cision (cut). Decision, when we… Continue reading Decision
“Eclipses hide the light, so you can see a shadow, then turn the light back on so you can heal the shadow.” I wrote that quote a couple of years ago and placed it inside what could eventually become my third novel...if I get inspired to complete it. That quote feels oh so real right… Continue reading June / July Eclipses