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STORY MEANINGS: BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, HEROINE

I recently heard a comedian claiming all fairytales were male-centric stories or “damsel’s in distress” like Sleeping Beauty. So I wondered, are our stories one-sided? I’ve found that the matriarchy is strong and robust in lore, as …

APPROPRIATE CULTURAL APPROPRIATION

This post is in support of creators, originators, and makers. Allow cultural appropriation. Remember what our mother told us? “Let your brother copy you, it’s the highest form of respect!” Cultural appropriation is similar. Like …

CONFRONTING THE DARK SIDE OF FEMININITY

“Benevolent women haven’t figured out how to regulate the evil queen, so her hatred, as part of the post-modern neo-Marxist ideology, has decided weak and emasculated men are preferable to tyrants. ~ Jordan Peterson The …

SUBSTANCE USE & LIFE IMPROVEMENT

As clients increasingly come for coaching while taking or having taken various mind altering substances, and as individuals in my community increasingly rely on alcohol, nicotine, and medications, an important aspect of being is increasingly …

ICONS & IDOLS, HONOR & HEROS

The Lie Self-promotion asserts competent ability to conquer chaos based on intrinsic being rather than doing – cognitive belief divested from action or faith from works – ergo iconography contradicts instinctive models of heroism by …

GIVING INCREMENTAL GOOD

It’s easy to think giving money has no impact on poor souls in hell. It’s easy to blame, to judge them, to call them a black hole whose value-damage cannot be offset. While responsible for …

THE MUSIC MAJOR HIRE 2: POLYMATHS

Previously, in Hire a Music Major, I said people with music degrees “are anthropologists, journalists, scientists, and artists, with mastery in the sonic foundations of culture and communication.” Let’s unpack that statement.