If it hurts just throw it in the river

“I know each of you on this bus carrying something” he would say. “At the end of the day my route take me past the river. There is something I would like do for each of you. As you exit the bus I will be sitting here with my hand extended. It is my hope that you take those burdens off of your shoulders and place them in my hand.”

Discernment comes from having boot on the ground

On a cold December morning is it to cold to hit the woods to stalk a whitetail. Of course that answer varies depending on who you. The same rings true about everything in the world around us. Along with any task in life the view on it with be different for each of us.

The crane and the fish

We all come from somewhere, which means that we carry a history with us that consists of both good and bad memories, along with events, all of which are stored in the pages of our life story. So why run from them? Or why even deny that we live through them? Because the purpose of this healing journey isn’t to wash all all of that away from the pages. It’s about tapping into all the things that are under the hood. We have to boil down and distill everything to the nuts and bolts to understand how they shaped us. See, the path is something that we walk and we carry within us this mindset and this perception. And it’s all shaped by each and every one of those events from the moment that we were born until the moment that we’re standing here now.

Getting back to the basics

We all have come from somewhere, which means we carry history with us. Both good and bad memories and events are stored within the pages of our life. So why run away from them? or even try to deny we lived through them. The purpose of a healing journey isn’t about washing them from the page. It’s about tapping into all of them to understand the nuts and bolts of how they shaped us. The path we are navigating is to distill the context, boil down all of that information into bite size chucks. Morales that we can use in many different ways as we walk

Sitting on shore

There’s no shame to be had when your facing fear or any mix of feeling because life is forcing you to boots back on a walk. The truth of the matter is that we can’t stay where we are forever. We have to reach into the unknown because that’s where the magic happens.

Born for humanity

This episode is decided to both Kelly Hanson’s sister, my dear friend Earl Williams, all those countless comrades we have lost to soon, and all of those struggles with the decision. It’s for you that we set up camp and choose to touch base and check in with on a daily basis. You can and will get through this. We have in you.

It’s a somber day around camp (saying fair well to a new friend)

The heading is always “ today is our big day”. It was only a few hours after that email was sent I came into an unfortunate update. Erec had passed away sometime last week. Which means that instead of it begins a big day. It’s now a somber one.

You have got to find yourself a Cato with Dale Walsh

It’s that moment where Seneca weaved is way into the conversation. While it was only for a small phrase, it was one of the most important takeaways. “You have to find yourself a Cato.

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