By Wes Annac, Editor, Openhearted Rebellion I love writing as much as anyone with a blog. It’s a great outlet for expressing what’s on your mind and connecting with a source of inner wisdom most of us don’t know we have. But when writer’s block gets in the way, it can lead to hair-pulling anxiety. … Continue reading Reigniting the Creative Spirit
Welcome to November!
With spring around the corner, I can’t help but think about our potential for transformation.
By Wes Annac I wrote the following for the 329th issue of the Weekly Awareness Guide, a written document distributed weekly via email that I offer for $11.11 a month. Income from the guide helps me get by and ensures I can continue to offer free content, and every subscription is appreciated. You can find … Continue reading A Better World: 5 Positive News Stories
By Wes Annac, Editor, Karma Yoga Daily I don’t have an answer for the world’s problems. It’d be deluded to think that any one person does. I do have an idea of what we can do better, and it’s a simple and sensible solution. Although I think we should be more peaceful and try to … Continue reading More Kindness, Less Hate
What can I write that will make a difference? Who am I to think I’m capable of doing so?
By Wes Annac, Editor, Openhearted Rebel The water crisis in Flint, Michigan is alarming to say the least. It’s scary to think that a city in a developed nation can be so deprived of clean water that it becomes a national crisis. It serves as a clear warning that we should be aware of our … Continue reading Flint Water Activist Awarded Environmental Prize
Some truth exists in new age philosophy that can help us if we choose to see it.
By Wes Annac, Editor, Openhearted Rebel I wrote the following for the 276th issue of the Weekly Awareness Guide, a written document distributed weekly via email that I offer for $11.11 a month. Income from the guide helps me get by and ensures I can continue to offer free content, and every subscription is appreciated. … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Push Past Your Comfort Zone
As spiritual seekers, sometimes we lose our way.