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What is Your Definition of a Well-Lived Life? Documentary YEAR 33, From L.A. to Cambodia

“A well lived life should not be measured by society’s standards, but rather by one’s own sense of fulfillment. Trust yourself.” ~Kathryn Lejeune       I met documentary filmmakers, Kathryn Lejeune and Jenna Watkins, at The Giving Keys 2013 Holiday party in … Continue reading

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Want to quickly experience THE RIPPLE EFFECT? Watch this.

This beautiful short film was sent to me today, and I had to share it. You never know how, where or when the ripples you send out in the world will come back to you…   [youtube]7s22HX18wDY[/youtube]

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Want an Epiphany or 2 or 3? Go See SAMSARA.

[youtube]P0xVp3N-M84[/youtube] For all you epiphany seekers, I highly suggest seeing Ron Fricke’s latest documentary film, Samsara – out in theaters now. Here is the description from it’s profile. Filmed over a period of five years in twenty-five countries on … Continue reading

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Rupert Isaacson’s Epiphany: An Incredible Journey of A Parent’s Love & Breaking Through Autism

“Epiphanies are about transformation. You do it through a leap of the heart.” – Rupert Isaacson It was such a privilege to interview Rupert Isaacson at his home in Elgin, TX and hear his incredible epiphany story first-hand. (The story … Continue reading

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Finding Inspiration: What Bon Iver, Hipsters, Justin Bieber & Trees Have in Common

What inspires you? I keep getting asked that lately. It’s a good question if you think about it. What does inspire you? Where do you find inspiration? Inspire (v.): to give inspiration (n.): stimulation or arousal of the mind, feelings, … Continue reading

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