All posts by John Maberry

A writer, a lapsed lawyer, a former government employee, a father of two and a 30+ year (in this lifetime) Bodhisattva of the Earth. Author of Waiting for Westmoreland. A happy man and a funny guy.


I am cheating, you might say, but it is early in this blogging game. What I have to say today is not really content, just more description of what I will be saying when I do have something to say. All of which is to say that some of the categories I expect to include items on are:

  • War and Peace
  • Applied Buddhism (what is that?–you’ll see)
  • Humor
  • Politics (yuck)
  • Entertainment
  • Writing
  • Financial issues
  • Miscellany

Well, that should be enough for a start.  More tomorrow.

Hello world!

Welcome to Views from Eagle Peak! This is where I will pass along my observations on a variety of topics. I am off to a slow start at this, having spent countless hours getting up the Waiting for Westmoreland website and the Eagle Peak Press website. But the publishing world has convinced me that an author must have a “platform”–most often created these days via a blog.  In connection with Eagle Peak, the general notion is to create value by revealing the laws of cause and effect at work in day-to-day life–whether at home, in the workplace or the world at large.  I’ll give you some examples in the next couple days.