This is a special election season edition of Prolificate. Where I talk about finding everyday spirituality in our lives. Whatever your job, whatever your life experience, whatever you hope for the world to be, I want to offer you a moment of peace and perspective. Are you angry? Do you want
I had the pleasure of interviewing a real dynamo this week. Ali Boone is a serial achiever. With a background in aerospace engineering and real estate investing, Ali’s life path has been pretty impressive when viewed from the outside. What was more impressive to me is what’s going on inside. While it
Do you ever get frustrated because…. well… you have so much… you have all the tools you need, on paper, but in spite of your best efforts, it’s just NOT WORKING!
Today’s episode of 99 is about slowing down and letting things happen when they want to happen.
Have you ever been to the Grand Canyon? Or seen pictures of it?
The Grand Canyon is one of the wonders of the world and it’s basically rock that’s been worn away by water.
Many spend their lives striving for something, not knowing exactly what or why. Today, let’s explore both of those things: the what and the why. This series, 99, is a project of Prolificate. Prolificate is where I write, podcast, and talk about people that help leave the world a better place.
What is your purpose in this life? Why have you had to suffer so much? How is it that some people have opportunities fall in their lap while you’re over here working twice as hard for half as much? It’s about justice, really, isn’t it? All things being equal, everybody should
Immigration Series: Part V For this final installment, I want to look at gender and how it interplays with immigration. Perhaps it would be helpful to clarify the baseline definition of gender. The following is adapted from the Apple dictionary entry: Gender: “either of the two sexes (male and female), especially
Immigration Series: Part IV Immigrants are sometimes recognizable in a host society by the ways they act differently. One of the more recognizable ways of acting can be motivated by religion. I am thinking of a taxi driver I once saw stop his car, retrieve a prayer rug from the trunk,
What is race? What is ethnicity? The photo above provides the perfect opening to this story. Is the woman in the photo White? Latina? Middle Eastern? If you don’t know her, her name is Nimrata Randhawa, now known as “Nikki” Haley — daughter of Sikh immigrants from India and U.S. Ambassador to the United
Immigration Series: Part II In the previous post, I talked about the word immigrant as a label for people who move into a country or place. Like all language, ours contains subtlety and nuance. Use of the word immigrant, though it may seem straightforward, implies a certain set of assumptions though, no?