- Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel -

Remember that there is a meaning beyond absurdity.
Know that every deed counts, that every word is power.
Above all, remember that you must build your life as if it were a work of art.

WRITINGS

I've been blogging since 2006. The archives on this site go back to 2011.
It's been an incredible journey, with ten years in Africa, two years in Costa Rica and the adventure continues. 

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LET YOUR LIFE SPEAK

I send out brief notes a few times per month, designed to inspire and equip you to live a more harmonious and integrated life. Come join me on the journey! 

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Moments Rather Than Minutes

By Jared | Apr 23, 2019

Click here to edit Spacer module. Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery. None but ourselves can free our minds.Bob Marley Moments Rather Than Minutes This photo was taken in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo. Natty is Rwandan, but he lived in Kingston, Jamaica from 1977-1979, where he was heavily influenced by his close friendship with Bob…

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The Environmental Revolution Begins…

By Jared | Apr 18, 2019

THE ENVIRONMENTAL REVOLUTION BEGINS WITH JOY The Environmental Revolution Begins… In my April 15th, 2019 interview with Joshua Spodek, we managed to encapsulate the essence of his message about the relationship between our values and our environmental impact. Joshua says, “the environmental revolution begins with joy“. I bet you didn’t see that one coming… I hope…

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Introducing Noetic Podcast

By Jared | Jan 22, 2019

Announcing My New Podcast!Every year I take the months of November and December to deconstruct my identity and my brands and refine and improve them. I always use this time to sort of reinvent myself and get clear about what I want to experience in the next year.I take time to write out my New…

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What Would You Do On Purpose?

By Jared | Apr 20, 2018

What Would You Do on Purpose?  “I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived. I did not wish to…

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The Empathetic Civilization

By Jared | Mar 23, 2018

  The Empathetic Civilization The topic of economics is always on my mind. It’s what makes the world go round. Each country has its own economic agreement. Developed nations all utilize some form of Capitalism. The US has its own brand of “American Capitalism” that sets it apart from other developed nations. About 60 years ago,…

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Tune in to the Goodness

By Jared | Mar 6, 2018

Tune in to the Goodness I’m very deliberate about not hovering over our kids or trying to control them. Rather, I want to give them the space to manifest the ineffable song that plays in their hearts.  I’ve resolved that “parents” are what we call the “chief influencers in our early development”. So my efforts…

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Faith & Patience

By Jared | Mar 6, 2018

Faith & Patience Recently I wrote about my 2017 New Years Intention to become more patient. Obviously, that’s an ongoing process, and now I’m working into some deeper elements.  Ultimately, I’ve come to the conclusion that patience not only requires one to have faith, it also implies that you have faith that what you want…

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The Gift of Attention

By Jared | Mar 6, 2018

The Gift of Attention As a child, I was diagnosed with ADD and Dyslexia. That’s a bummer of a combo. But I’ve spent my life training myself to focus my attention, create habits of concentration, and to develop my own process for reading.  The mind is a space full of rooms. Rooms like Happiness, Anger,…

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Women’s March

By Jared | Mar 6, 2018

Women’s March Last year my family joined the Women’s March. I believe our only path to sustainable peace, equality, and stability is to foster a society where women and girls have just as much access and opportunity to be in positions of leadership as men and boys.  I spent 5 years living in Rwanda, petitioning for gender…

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