I Ask for Wonder

Posted by on Aug 27, 2016 in Activism, Lifestyle, Philanthropy | No Comments
I Ask for Wonder

I’ve been a philanthropist and activist my whole life. It’s part of my identity. It derives from my profound love and reverence for our human existence and the gift of the magnificent cosmos in which we dwell. Over the last four years or so, my perspective on activism has evolved considerably. I wrote about that […]

Let Me In

Posted by on Jun 26, 2016 in Activism, Lifestyle, Philanthropy | No Comments
Let Me In

Our friend Jonathan Olinger at HUMAN recently wrote and directed the latest Alicia Keys video, Let Me In. The film is a tribute to the refugee crisis around the world. There are more refugees today than at any other time in history. Half of them are children. Despite all our technical advances, the exponential growth of these […]

The Choice to Value Love

Posted by on Jun 17, 2016 in Activism, Lifestyle, Philanthropy | 2 Comments
The Choice to Value Love

The country of Bhutan protects 51% of it’s land for conservation, ensures that 60% of the land is covered in forests and is one of the top ten most bio diverse countries on the planet. What does Bhutan value? Costa Rica’s national slogan is “pura vida”, meaning “pure life”. 25% of their land is protected […]

The Revolution Begins at Home

Posted by on May 1, 2016 in Activism, Lifestyle, Parenting, Philanthropy | 5 Comments
The Revolution Begins at Home

In my 20 years of philanthropic endeavors, I’ve certainly been guilty of “fighting for peace”. But after many years of deliberate studies lifestyle transformations, I’ve awakened to the irony of that tactic. Why do I gravitate towards fighting? I suppose it’s in my blood. But I also know it’s mostly just because I care so […]

THE CHOICE BETWEEN APATHY & DEMOCRACY

Posted by on Apr 12, 2016 in Activism, Lifestyle, Philanthropy | 2 Comments
THE CHOICE BETWEEN APATHY & DEMOCRACY

Elections come and go in the United States, and often, little changes. But the 2016 Presidential Election is already proving to be an entirely different animal. Something important is brewing. Due to the dramatic juxtaposition of the characters in this charade, the United States has created the world’s most discussed reality TV show. Sensationalism is […]

The Trend of Celebrity Philanthropy

Posted by on Mar 5, 2016 in Activism, Lifestyle, Philanthropy | 2 Comments
The Trend of Celebrity Philanthropy

Society has always been heavily influenced, if not guided, by celebrity. They are the trend setters and often the primary influencers of politics, economic agreements and social environments. Paris Hilton is what you’d call a celebutante: a celebrity not through talent or work, but through inherited wealth and lifestyle. Gandhi was a poor peasant that […]

TECHNOLOGY // Progress or Disconnection?

Posted by on Feb 28, 2016 in Activism, Lifestyle, Philanthropy | 2 Comments
TECHNOLOGY // Progress or Disconnection?

Is technology helping society progress? Perhaps we need to start by asking a different question. What is progress? PROGRESS // WEBSTER’S DICTIONARY : movement forward or toward a place : the process of improving or developing something over a period of time When we think about enrolling our children in school, my wife and I look at […]

The Way of the Gun

Posted by on Jan 7, 2016 in Uncategorized | 15 Comments
The Way of the Gun

In the early 1400s, Europeans came to the Americas. In 1776, the United States gained independence from Britain and our Founding Fathers wrote the Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution shortly thereafter. From the 1400s to the 1800s, those Europeans completely annihilated over 100 Million indigenous people across North, Central and South America, 19 Million […]

A Year of Intention, Awe & Love

Posted by on Dec 28, 2015 in Lifestyle | 4 Comments
A Year of Intention, Awe & Love

We’re all aware of the the implications of the ensuing increase of responsibilities the new year brings. Our global social agreement is that the beginning of the year is the time of assessment and recalibration. It’s the time for improving, everything. At the end of every year, I meditate on what I want to experience […]

Love for Resilience

Posted by on Dec 16, 2015 in Brand Alchemy, Lifestyle, Parenting | 2 Comments
Love for Resilience

Life happens. Difficulties sneak in through the blind spots. Relationships are strained by difficult circumstances. Division creeps in and deteriorates relationships, energy and emotions. With each trial, the door into fear is opened, enticing us to focus on negative possibilities. It can be paralyzing. Once the door is open, we have a choice. We can […]

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