Category Archives: Humanity

People in Need


I wanted to share a recent article by Madisyn Taylor, writer for the DailyOM.   Be aware of giving from a desire to feel good about ourselves, rather than from a place of connection to all people. When we see a person in need, we may want to give them something as a way of helping them, but if we give without taking the time to see who they really are, honoring that most of all, our gift is nowhere […]

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Choosing Not to Look Away


Choosing Not to Look Away I wanted to share a recent article written by Madisyn Taylor from the Daily OM: Most of us know in our hearts that the homeless and the poor are not so very different from us. Homeless people in our communities are a fact of life, especially in big cities. Many of us don’t know how to interpret this situation or what we can do to help. We may vacillate between feeling guilty, as if we […]

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Packs attracts Good Karma


  H2E Design Teams up with Packs for Prosperityand creates a wonderful Holiday Season for all! Packs for Prosperity wants to thank Nicholas Cappele, founder and owner of H2E Design Store for his generosity.  Each season, from Thanksgiving until February 15th, H2E Design creates six unique candle essences for their Good Karma Collection! In addition, H2E Design chooses a charity to receive 10% of the proceeds from all sales in the Good Karma Collection. We are more than grateful to announce […]

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A Fun Hero’s Journey Workshop


  This is a workshop created and run by my dear friend and featured in my book Homeless Hero: Understanding the Soul of Home. Simply put it’s a fun, self-discovery workshop centered on watching movies. You have to attend to understand, but regardless I highly recommend it to anyone and everyone! ~ Mike Tapscott, Author

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Bonds of the Spirit


Each experience of our life, of joy, of sorrow, of danger, of safety, of difficulty, of success, of hardship, of ease, each should be accepted as part of our common lot, in the bonds of the spirit. ~ Twenty Four Hours a Day  

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