Category Archives: Self Discovery

Who did Arthur meet today

Today’s will be a short collection of people I met this morning. The first person is a British gentlemen who lived in Austria a greater part of his 42 years. He has always been a practical person . In his … Continue reading

Posted in Self Discovery, Travel | Leave a comment

La Prisonniere – a book to remind you how lucky you are.

Imagine being raised in a Royal Palace for the first two decades in your life where there is no limit on what you can spend for material things. Then a turn of events happen and you spend the next two … Continue reading

Posted in Self Discovery | Leave a comment

The Art of Value Living and the Happiness Project

I’ve decided that spending the summer in Toronto is a great experience. As a Global Traveler I’m constantly reminded that Toronto has a collection of the best looking women on the planet. There is the diversity of people from all … Continue reading

Posted in Self Discovery | 1 Comment

Arthur’s Happiness Project

Yesterday was a full day filled with some surprises. I went to my dentist to have a filling done . Looking at the source of why I needed a filling , he found the culprit to be a wisdom tooth … Continue reading

Posted in Self Discovery | Leave a comment

Arthur’s Happiness Project

Several months ago while I was having lunch at Juice4u in Chiang Mai , Thailand I met an American woman , Amy Miller. She was reading a book called ,”The Happiness Project ” by Gretchen Rubin. She said,” I will … Continue reading

Posted in Self Discovery, Travel, Travel | 7 Comments

My Second Journey

My second trip was a month at a spiritual community in Northeast Scotland, on the Moray coast, 26 miles from Inverness. It is nestled next to a little town called “Findhorn”, thus the name of the community , “Findhorn”. I … Continue reading

Posted in Self Discovery, Travel | 10 Comments

Traveling Inwards and Outwards with Arthur or The journey of a Thousand miles begins with the first step

My outward travels began in 1975 when I went to East Africa with a group in my East African Studies. The course was at Humber College. In the winter we studied the two countries Kenya and Tansyinaia . It was … Continue reading

Posted in Self Discovery, Travel | 5 Comments