Tag Archives: Transformation
“Inside the Cocoon, It’s Perfectly Appropriate To Do Nothing.” by Bryan Reeves
Some of the best advice my mom ever gave me was, “when in doubt, do nothing.” That’s some tough advice for this man to swallow. Our culture doesn’t really value doing nothing. In fact, collectively we pretty much loathe it. Especially in a man… Read More
Boundaries: With or Without? by Jeff Brown
I grew up in a home without boundaries. We had walls between the rooms, and locks on the bathroom doors, but there were no relational boundaries between us. With our consciousness overwhelmed by emotional and economic challenges… Read More
Honoring the (Benevolent) Warrior Within
I have a Warrior to thank. An inner Warrior with a benevolent intention.
Near the beginning of my journey of awakening, I recognized that my challenge in this lifetime was to stretch my way of being beyond its aggressive comfort zone… Read More
September 5, 2009
A Conversation With Reverend Michael Dowd
The Reverend Michael Dowd is one of the most inspiring speakers in America today. He is the author of Thank God for Evolution: How the Marriage of Science and Religion Will Transform Your Life and Our World, which has been endorsed by six Nobel laureates and other leading scientists, including noted skeptics, and by religious leaders across the spectrum.
He and his wife, Connie Barlow, a noted science writer, have spoken to 1,000+ groups since launching their itinerant ministry in 2002. At home in both liberal and conservative settings, and uniquely gifted at building bridges between religious and non-religious people, Michael shares the 14-billion-year Epic of Evolution in ways that uplift and expand heart, mind, and soul. His passion is showing how an evolutionary understanding of human nature can inspire and empower each of us to live with greater integrity, joy, and zest for life. Read More