Would you choose to unlock the secrets of the universe if you knew it might cause you to shit your pants?
When we’re searching for love it can feel like an uphill battle. We’re looking for that deep connection. The spark, the attraction, the passion. The irony is we’re living in a time where to truly connect with people is more difficult than it’s ever been, a problem infinitely compounded when entering the world of “online dating.”
When author and shaman David Kowalewski isn’t helping souls on the other side, look for him outdoors. Retired after a 30-year career as a university professor, he’s perfecting his skills in tracking. He tracks wolves and edible and medicinal wild plants.
Two years ago I packed up my comfortable life in New York and moved to the remote coast of Cape Three Points in western Ghana. I stayed for eight months, directing Trinity Yard School, a Vermont based NGO aimed at educating the youth of Cape Three Points and surrounding rural villages, where access to education is severely limited.
I’m at a coffee shop. Today has been hard. My husband and I have been fighting. It’s always the same old stuff. And just as it seems to be sorted out, the problem appears again like an angry Jesus rising from the tomb to remind us that He is eternal and ever present.