Art and Integrity are built upon “trust”; trust in the work, trust in the process, the trust you give to others, and the trust you receive in return.
Outside forces are vying for a chance to rid us of our peculiarities. We need rituals that remind us of our strangeness.
The process isn’t perfect but, no process ever is. Often, the best solution is simply working towards “successively closer approximations”…
When you look for things to be grateful for, you find them, often in the most unexpected places and in the strangest of forms…
What if it’s all the various “pieces” that make up a piece of art that are the real ‘masterpieces”? And what if we treated them that way?
Integrity becomes apparent through the deliberateness of our intentions, the consistency of our behavior, and the congruence of our actions.
A few weeks back I had the privilege of recording a few thoughts for The Riverside Church’s podcast “Be Still and Go”. Here’s the transcript!
This is a special episode/video because not only is Jerome Shaw a talented creator but, he’s also one of my Patrons.
I had the good fortune of interviewing Rajan Shankara for an episode of the podcast. He’s a former Hindu monk turned personal trainer and life consultant.
It’s Thursday. The week is coming to a close and yet, I feel like my week is just getting started.