The Space of Possibility

Posted by on Apr 7, 2015 in Lifestyle | One Comment
The Space of Possibility

We like to plan things. We analyze and strategize until it’s safe enough, comfortable enough, responsible enough and socially acceptable. Finally, we have the perfect plan. Then we run it by friends and gauge their reaction. If all goes well, we execute. As a brand developer and activist, I’m constantly analyzing and searching for root […]

The Dance of Now & What Could Be

Posted by on Mar 17, 2015 in Lifestyle | One Comment
The Dance of Now & What Could Be

They say the grass is always greener on the other side, and there is a tendency to believe that the desire to experience the other side is irrational and even irresponsible. You should just be content where you are. Don’t rock the boat. I’ve never had a desire for contentment. I have grown to love […]

And So We Leap

Posted by on Mar 3, 2015 in Lifestyle, Uncategorized | 2 Comments
And So We Leap

We all know what it’s like to dream that life could be better. Some spend their lives dreaming, and never actualizing them. Others take big swings from time to time. Some are tormented by their lacks of courage to follow their dreams. And others are expert dream actualizers, always off to a manifesting the extraordinary. […]

No Tree Is So Foolish

Posted by on Feb 14, 2015 in Activism, Lifestyle, Philanthropy | 2 Comments
No Tree Is So Foolish

                              This is the essence of ubuntu. We are all connected, part of the same source energy. We must embrace this reality in order to find peace. Violence begets violence. Peace begets peace. The only person you can control is yourself. […]

The Year of Your Perspective Bank

Posted by on Jan 21, 2015 in Activism, Lifestyle | 2 Comments
The Year of Your Perspective Bank

  At our core, I believe each of us operates according to our perspective. Our beliefs, judgments, actions, inactions, fears, loves, desires and infatuations are founded in our perspective. Each of us has an perspective bank full of experiences that happened to us or that we specifically sought out. We don’t choose the environment we […]

We Shall Wait No Longer | In Honor of MLK

Posted by on Jan 19, 2015 in Activism, Lifestyle, Philanthropy | No Comments
We Shall Wait No Longer | In Honor of MLK

Today is Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. We honor Dr. King for championing the American Civil Rights Movement, which successfully protested racial discrimination in federal and state law. Dr. King proved that patient, non-violent resistance is paramount to achieving peace and equality. Since August 9th when Darren Wilson took the life of 18 year […]

Let Love Rule | An Account of Activism

Let Love Rule | An Account of Activism

What exactly does it mean to be an activist? I don’t believe there is any hard and fast definition or expectation. What I am describing here is a lifestyle of activism, largely because that is what it has always been for me. But anyone can be an activist, no matter your cause or the frequency […]

Ferguson Unleashes a Movement for Racial Equality | This is America

Ferguson Unleashes a Movement for Racial Equality | This is America

Part III of “Ferguson Unleashes a Movement for Racial Equality” A wave of protests and discussions has swept across the nation as a result of the decision of the Grand Jury to not indict Darren Wilson for killing Michael Brown. When I look across my Twitter feed, I see post after post of peaceful protests […]

Ferguson Unleashes a Movement for Racial Equality | Environment Matters

Posted by on Nov 29, 2014 in Activism, Lifestyle, Philanthropy | No Comments
Ferguson Unleashes a Movement for Racial Equality | Environment Matters

Part II of “Ferguson Unleashes a Movement for Racial Equality” Before diving into today’s racial issues, it’s important to understand the dynamics that have contributed to the environment in which black Americans have been raised. Since it’s inception, America was developed through the bloodshed of millions of American Indians, to the extent that their race […]

Ferguson Unleashes a Movement for Racial Equality | The Threat of Nuance

Posted by on Nov 27, 2014 in Activism, Lifestyle, Philanthropy | 17 Comments
Ferguson Unleashes a Movement for Racial Equality | The Threat of Nuance

Part I of “Ferguson Unleashes a Movement for Racial Equality” The shooting of Michael Brown (18), an unarmed black teenager, by Darren Wilson (28), a police officer, on August 9th has served as a wakeup call rippling from America to London. On Sunday November 23rd, 12 year old Tamir Rice was shot and killed in Cleveland […]