Never Give Up!

I always look up at the sky. Last night, I had a dream that I was laying in the grass at night with many people. We were all looking up at the night sky. The stars started to form constellations representing the zodiac. Then all of the sudden the spectacle would stop, as we waited for the sky to begin… Read more →

The Importance of Inspiration

The greatest and most magnificent structures are conceived from an idea. An idea is a spontaneous assortment of energies, which consists of your past or present experiences, personal beliefs and of course, inspiration. It is unique and original to you. While your expression of this idea may or may not occur, because of its spontaneous nature it now exists somewhere… Read more →

The Birth of Christ

Today is Christmas. An international holiday celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. Christ is a powerful archetype and symbol for the world. He is one of the greatest and most profound teachers ever to live on this planet. While religions claim he was not of this world, the controversy lies in the misconstruction of his teachings. Many religions are selective… Read more →

Statistics on U.S Poverty

If you haven’t yet heard of the “Letters Healing Poverty” project I’m launching, please understand that we are turning a blind eye to the people in this nation that are suffering from the economic crises, societal infrastructure and poor governance. Because the U.S has gotten so good at accumulating so much wealth, a major disparity has been produced. The lower-class… Read more →

Falling In Love

“Love” as a concept has diverged from it’s true meaning. What once was the very need to bring into existence a state of something beyond us or greater than us, has now become a narcissistic need to feel wanted, needed and served. Love is always the giver-it knows not of receiving, for it knows that in giving it has already… Read more →

Time

I’ve really been focused on the concept of time lately. It has become an obsession for me. In my 15+ hour day, I am absolutely devoted to being present with what I’m working on, who I’m speaking to (and for how long and about what). There is nothing more important to me than dispersing my “hours” efficiently, purposefully and appropriately.… Read more →

Excerpt from Sash Bramsky’s Article “The Voices of Poverty in America”

  ” …three things have struck me with particular force: The first is the sheer loneliness of poverty; the fact that poverty pushes people to the psychological and physical margins of society—isolated from friends and relatives, pushed into dilapidated trailer parks, shanties, or ghettoized public housing, removed from banks and stores, transit systems and cultural institutions. The poor live on… Read more →

Winter Solstice

I was asked to attend a funeral yesterday (of someone I didn’t know). I definitely wanted to go. Death has become a strange topic in our society. It’s a difficult one that brings many heavy emotions of pain and fear for many people. It creates a sense of anxiety and creepiness in most everyone’s reality. In time, we all will… Read more →

If The World Were a Village

If we could reduce the world’s population to a village of precisely 100 people, with all existing human ratios remaining the same, the demographics would look something like this: The village would have 61 Asians, 13 Africans, 12 Europeans, 9 Latin Americans, and 5 from the USA and Canada 50 would be male, 50 would be female 75 would be… Read more →

Chop Wood, Carry Water

This morning, the woman making my juice at the juice bar said to me, “You’re always smiling.” I then thought, “Well, I love juice-so I’m excited.”, “I like the familiarity of the same person making my juice every morning.”, “Why in the hell wouldn’t I be smiling!?” As I paid for my groceries and drove away into my morning, I… Read more →

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