Dolph Lundgren – On healing and forgiveness

The movie Rocky IV turned Dolph Lundgren aka Soviet boxer Ivan Drago into a Hollywood star. Exactly 30 years later the Fulbrighter Dolph Lundgren shares his personal fight worth fighting with a live audience at the Broad Stage in Santa Read More →

Helen Hai: Is “Made in Africa” possible?

When thinking about Africa, words like be “War”, “Disease”, “Corruption”, and “Safari” may come to mind. But this is not truly Africa and Helen Hai asks the question: Is “Made in Africa” possible? Helen Hai is a United Nations Industrial Read More →

Jordan Peterson: Growing Up in a Fatherless Home

As someone who grew up in a fatherless home, I have first had experience of the impact this had on my own childhood. My mother worked full-time, and I was left unsupervised after school until she returned home. Sometimes I Read More →

Michael Crichton on Unpopular Truths

Author Michael Crichton discusses his reluctance to accept some of today’s pop science conclusions I share some of his unpopular truths. In high school, my best friend Bradley Minnaar, introduced me to his books: Andromeda Strain and Sphere. Later we read Jurassic Park Read More →

Does Money Buy Happiness?

Does money buy happiness or just a big mansion? This funny video by blogger Victor Pride reminded me to always think differently from what Bill Cooper called “the sheeple!” And so after watching this video, think about it for a Read More →

What if money was no object?

Alan Watts philosopher In 2013 I came across this video from British philosopher Alan Watts. He is best known for his writings and speaking on Zen Buddhism, Hinduism and Christianity. In what starts as such a simple question, ends up as an extremely Read More →