James Robbie writes about the joys of surfing and the greater force behind the powerful waves.
Who are the keepers of the Sacred Masculine? The men connected to the soul of the world.
You can live your life or coast through it on auto-pilot. It starts with getting honest. — “Your biggest risk isn’t failing, it’s getting too comfortable.” Dropbox CEO Drew Houston It is time to wake up and become aware. Awareness marks the beginning of change. Start to notice little things around you––in a conscious way. […]
Be patient. Be perseverant. Be pliant in your placement of power, and precise in your pursuit of peace.
It was a “gift” they weren’t expecting but have come to fully understand.
After being ripped off by a family friend, this man learned a valuable life lesson when his father refused to help him out. — One of the greatest lessons I learned from my Dad was to know the value of my work. This lesson was gained as a 13-year-old after three days with a scoop, […]
At 38 years old, this man decided to ignore his doubt and made his dream his reality. He says it’s never too late. — Are you living with regrets? Are you ignoring your passion? Did you have a dream when you were younger but never pursued it? Maybe someone said to follow your passion was […]
You can be the “lone wolf” but you may be missing this important component to a success. — Like most days, I grab the mail out of the box out front and flip through it to find the “good” mail. My fingers touch a higher quality envelope addressed to me. Catalyst John, your presence is […]
Plan A Looks like The King of Kirtan, Singing For The Last 50 Years As If His Life Depended On It
If only women and gay men are the celebrants of beauty, men will continue to be estranged from their wholeness and authenticity.
We may not be getting what we want, but we’re always getting what we believe.
Enjoying life and eventual retirement are not about the pursuit of possessions. — “God rested and He wasn’t tired” Anonymous Sometimes change doesn’t come easy for us. Why? Our life can be viewed as a book with many chapters. I had a decision to make about when to retire from a position I had enjoyed. […]
Stephen Bell explains his rare condition and how it has made his life rewarding and valuable.
Are we racing through life so quickly that we forget to stop and appreciate everything we’ve accomplished?