Let's share this age of awe together and share what we love and our passions and curiosities with one another and change the world.Read More
To see the world in a grain of sand and heaven in a wild flower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand and eternity in an hour" - William BlakeRead More
Are you a seeker?Read More
am an avid photo taker. I always have a camera on me.Read More
It is my belief that we as humans are not alone in co-creating this world. We do, however, have a great deal of control over how we participate in the creation of it.Read More
Allow the child within you out.Read More
From 'Shots of Awe' with Jason SilvaRead More
Last Friday I posted a video from Alan Watts proposing that our lives are not journeys - they are moments coming and going. If we are seeking to be present in the moment we cannot simultaneously also be thinking our lives are a journey.. A process. So, Jason Silva, adds the interesting concept of us being the storytelling animal. He suggests the 'Hero's Journey', called as such by Joseph Campbell, is that we are evolved to tell the story of life on Earth - how we fit on this planet. I propose they are both correct. And thus is it our mission - one of the many great paradigms of life to both be on the journey and be present to the moment.
To understand that life is happening constantly and how our lives are part of that happening. Because we communicate we do so in the form of story. In order to make sense of the moment - at least until we learn to stay within it all moments, which is either death or enlightenment, we create the stories to help us comprehend our emotions and world. We have to have the stories because we are on a journey to make it all connect and in doing so we have to be in the moment fully to connect.. Perhaps, our job as mammals - as human animals is to be the historians of earth.. the piece of the puzzle who connects it all.. What if we owned that responsibility?
We are all in control of the story that we create in our minds and how we create those stories is based on many factorsRead More
A great video from Jason SilvaRead More