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Weekend Reads & Listens

Morgan Housel wrote a beautiful reflection on investing and how it aligns with the universal principle that Hemingway coined ‘gradually, then suddenly.’ Check out Investing: The Greatest Show On Earth.

The late John O’Donohue was given the mic this week in one of Fr. Richard Rohr’s daily meditations. The Circle of Eternity made me smile and was so very comforting.

I’ve started a series at Good / True / & Beautiful Podcast on the True Self. We’ve had Shawn Askinosie and Dr. Kelly Flanagan on thus far and have more guests coming on in the next few weeks. You can find these conversations at iTunes and Spotify.

If you’re wondering about cryptocurrency, that makes two of us. Here’s some yin and here’s some yang.

Willingness…

… is always the door that must be opened for one’s next step within their evolution of consciousness.

Ask any coach, guru, teacher, or leader.

Until one is willing to be moved, challenged, coached, or taught, there will be no leap in consciousness or added breadth and depth to one’s participation and experience of goodness, truth, and beauty.

We’re all able.

We’re not all willing.

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