HAIKU COMICS

We always first look in the wrong place when seeking meaning and contentment

My dad would always laugh at the cliche, “You always find what you’re looking for in the last place you look.” He loved to point out that’s true because once you find something, you stop looking for it.

While that may be true of shoes and car keys, I’ve found…

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HAIKU COMICS

Living the beautiful life moving inside the flow

It’s human nature to push against boundaries and to try and cut our own path through life. Taoist philosophy teaches that contentment is only found in submitting to the flow of life. Just like a river carves a canyon out of a mountain, so can the forces of nature shape…

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HAIKU COMIC

Find someone you love

Wonder is the most powerful way to bond with someone. If you love someone and want to make a memory neither of you will ever forget, find a clear night to stay up late and state at the sky together. It will change the course of your life.

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HAIKU COMICS

How different can we be?

There is a lot of fear and hatred in the world. Too many parents target marginalized children with hate in the name of keeping their own children safe. But are any of our children all that different from each other? We all start out the same way, wide-eyed and innocent.

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HAIKU COMICS

Capturing one perfect moment

If you spend your life pursuing happiness, you will miss all of the magic. If you keep your heart open and live in the moment, you will often stumble upon moments of bliss. Only by living slow can you hope to touch the sublime. Life is best lived in the…

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HAIKU COMICS

The tide rises and falls, ignorant and uncaring about your existence

The ocean is powerful and deep — and it doesn’t give a shit about you. As humans, we like to think we’re the apex of creation. But in the rich biome of planet Earth and the vast breadth of the cosmos, you and I are nothing. The beauty of watching…

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HAIKU COMICS

The most magical place I’ve ever been was a weeping willow tree in our backyard in Aloha, Oregon — a sleepy suburb of Portland. We only lived there for four years, but my younger sister and I lived many lifetimes amidst the wild, dropping vines of that mystic tree.

Children's…

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