On November 15, 2016, a week after the election of DJT, two friends and I facilitated a mindfulness meditation on dismantling racism that we called, “Peeking Through the Blinds”. Kara Dansky, of One Thousand Arms led us through the meditations and Brian Rocheleau (aka Rosh), of The Blind Cafe, provided the music. I set up … More Rise and Shine: Dispel the Darkness By Being the Light
Who is a racist? In the wake of the election results, there are a lot of people who feel fear that our country has gone backwards and that somehow racism had receded and now, because of one man, it has reemerged. I understand why, but as I see it, what is happening is that we … More Can You Be Racist In the Dark?
As I said in the video above, on Nov 15, 2016 I will be co-facilitating an experience with Kara Dansky of 1,000 Arms and Brian Rocheleau of The Blind Cafe where we will invite people to have an encounter with themselves with regard to issues of race. The foundation of the program will be based … More That The Seeing May Be Made Blind
Can you imagine a world without racism? What would that world look like? What would you give to make that world possible? Better yet, what would you give up to make that world possible? In Together Colorado and other justice seeking organizations, there are people who put in a lot of effort in order to … More Bending Racism With Your Mind
In a facebook discussion, the question, “what is real?” came up. The context was in regard to the reality of idealized experiences or what we actually experience in the the world. We were also discussing how the survival mentality affected one’s experience of reality. The response I came up with is below. Sometimes when these … More What Is Real?
If I wrote down every song or rap that has ever come to me then I would probably be able to make about 60 albums. Pretty much everyday I catch myself making music that will never be heard by ears other than mine or perhaps my wife, child, or dog. The words come from nowhere … More Sometimes A Song Is Just For You