The arts when bounded by rules free people; when art is let loose to run wild, it enslaves them. Learn why this is and check out today's show.
After last week's show, I've decided to continue with the format that I tried last week as it seemed to go smoothly. I enjoyed hitting a topic from several angles, and I think it's an idea worth continuing, so this week I'll hit marriage from the spiritual, philosophical, political, and cultural level. "It is not... Continue Reading →
In a time when fear and hatred seem to rule, we must find ways to love and grow the seed of goodness in ourselves to effect change in our society. We must learn ourselves, and with love, combined with wisdom, act in the world in a way that is inarguably good. By doing so, we may not be accepted at first, but it is what is right, and with time, people will come to realize that.
Our country is divided on more than just splitting hairs, and the disruption of our first principles has been the work of political rhetoric. I see an awakening and I believe it will come from the spiritual side.
This dive into the Jungle Book is a guide to he lessons all young people should understand in becoming adults. In a society of 30 year-old children, it seems crucial.
"Great Minds Discuss Ideas; Average Minds Discuss Events; Small Minds Discuss People." This quote is often attributed to Eleanor Roosevelt, but its origins are unclear. The truth in it is indisputable, however. As we look around us, it is apparent that the small minds talk about people, while great minds talk about ideas. This doesn't... Continue Reading →
In this episode, I dive into the divine source of love, and the effects that Love has on society starting from the individual level.
When dealing with people, remember you are not dealing with creatures of logic, but creatures of emotion. -Dale Carnegie This has become readily apparent in today's society when almost every decision is posted on social media to be scrutinized and the internet allows for mistakes to be instantaneously recorded into history. People act emotionally, then... Continue Reading →