We can all be amazed and awed at very young people finding their voice in the arts or other fields and succeeding at getting their work into the public view at an early age, but what brings me to write about Aurora Aksenes, known as AURORA is the fact that her lyrics are meaningful stories, told through songs. A couple of years ago I heard Aurora’s music for the first… <a href="https://consciouslife.guru/aurora-the-human-one/">Read More »</a>
Most people know JP Sears as the fun and enlightened jokester on YouTube. What some people don’t know that through his work as an emotional healing coach he started to share insights on his YouTube channel, answering questions to help people heal and live a fuller life. Even though he was serious, he found humour naturally as he shared his authentic self. This led to his creation of some very… <a href="https://consciouslife.guru/jp-sears-mindful-humour/">Read More »</a>
An author and motivational speaker he travels the world telling his story and inspiring children and adults to turn obstacles into opportunities. “I never met a bitter person who was thankful. Or a thankful person who was bitter.” ― Nick Vujicic Attitude is Altitude He is a Christian evangelist, for some they don’t want other people’s beliefs forced upon them. The majority of his talks and his company is secular.… <a href="https://consciouslife.guru/nick-vujicic/">Read More »</a>
Wangari Maathai an author, activist, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, environmentalist, and founder of The Greenbelt Movement. Wangari Maathai was the first woman in East and Central Africa to earn a doctorate degree. She had many other firsts in her lifetime and her legacy continues. Here are some links of interest: Nobel Prize Laureate Tree Planting and Water Harvesting – The Greenbelt Movement Wiki Dr. Wangari Maathai is an amazing role… <a href="https://consciouslife.guru/wangari-maathai/">Read More »</a>
I don't think that he would be offended by my comparison of him to an ant. So how the heck can I say he is like an ant? Well, ants have 2 jaws - 1 to eat with and the other to carry food back to the nest. Like his beloved research subjects, EO Wilson provided nourishment to himself through his work and he too carried back food for thought to the biggest known nest of humans who occupy this place that we call earth.