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  • (Day 683) Say Something Nice

    This was sent to me from Pattie Cowley. I love it… thanks Pattie!

  • (Day 674) San Diego

    Update on my travels and the days events

  • (Day 670) Hell On Earth

    I was editing the film, specifically my interview with Dr Adizes, and wanted to share his insight with you. Dr Adizes is one of my all time favorite people on the planet and he and I talked abut the rapid change that is taking place on our planet.  His thought is that this speed of change may be responsible for much of the disrespect we are experiencing; he went on to say that if we don’t get integrity right at this pace… well you can read the title.

  • (Day 659) Trust N Death

    OKay, I know this title sounds a bit strange for me, so let me explain. I woke up this morning with a stressed out feeling. I was thinking about death, not so much my own, which I seem to fear less lately, but losing the people I love. This was a direct result of watching the news before bed last night – bad idea. The main story was about the Reno Air Show crash. I read the headline about the mass carnage after a stunt pilot lost control of his aircraft. This compelled me to want to see it for myself. Why are we so drawn to these images?  I clicked on the video which showed a P-51 dive bomb into a group of spectators near the runway, ugh. Then there was another video, all I had to do was click and up came an even more graphic scene taken just seconds after the impact. It was up close and personal. There were people laying around and body parts visible, horrific.

    Early in the day I was talking to my mother who is in her mid 70′s and not feeling well. We spoke a little about my sister who has breast cancer. I was worried about both of them. Not to mention, I have of my own health issues going on right now. When you add all this together… no wonder I woke up stressed out!  I decided to get some fresh air and a fresh perspective. I got on my bike this morning and started peddling away my anxiety. As I did, I started to think about living instead of dying. The video above is about 25 minutes into my ride.

    I trust you!


  • (Day 658) Sunrise – Sunset

    This is a video update from yesterdays visits. I met a man who wants to make real change in Haiti. I met an women who I think can help me edit my film.

    I end with some thoughts about the sunrise, Enjoy! Note I am on my bike, this is my effort to lose some of the belly I have accumulated the last 50 years :-)

  • (Day 657) Hope For The Future

    There are  millions of small acts of kindness that happen every day around the world, people helping people. We don’t think much about them or at least we don’t report it in the media. Maybe that is why I enjoyed reading the refreshing story below. It gives me hope for our future.

    Unsuspecting Chargers fans in two sections of Qualcomm Stadium were showered with money during the San Francisco 49er preseason game. When Club level server Heather Allison tripped on a stair, about $1,000 flew out of her hands landing under seats, in laps and sailing over the railing into the lower Field section.

    “All my customers began screaming over the railing to the people below: ‘That’s the servers’ money,’ ” recalls Allison, who has sold refreshments in Sections 36 and 37 for five years. Fans helped collect the stray bills and, amazingly, so did the crowd below. Within 10 minutes, a security officer brought a stack of cash back up to her. “It was all there,” says the mother of four and full-time student who, after paying the concession, still pocketed $170 tips. “Chargers fans are amazing,” she says. “We’re like a family.”

    Why do you think the media rarely reports stories like this?

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  • (Day 656) Good Vibrations

    As I was riding my bike down the street today I heard this women singing. I stopped and asked her to sing for me… she did. I asked her why she sings… This is what she had to say.

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