Throughout the course of mankind we have established a primitive nature that has allowed us to not only survive but to enable us to transform ourselves into a spiritually enlightened soul. This allowed us to be bound to the universal truth that we belong to something that is so much greater than ourselves. Primitive is defined as ” relating to, denoting, or preserving the character of an early stage in the evolutionary or historical development of something.” After reading and really meditating on what this really means to me and even us as a society I cannot help but be emboldened in the definition. You see by definition alone, the primitive mindset allows you as an individual to always maintain an early stage of development. I am sure you are asking yourself , why exactly is that a good thing? Don’t worry, I asked myself the same question years ago. What this enables you to have is a fresh start. A new constant that allows the key word in the definition and that is development. This is what the primitive mind craves and this is exactly what this first post will cover. Read More

The Promise of Sweat

Sweat can be used as a good measuring stick. It can let you know that its way too hot to be outside, as well as how hard your workout was that day, or maybe even help describe just how big of a man cold you have to your significant other. ( Yes it is a thing and Yes its as bad as we act like it is) Although all of these things are physical attributes for the common cause of sweat, its not exactly what I want to dive into for this entry. Lets take a look at something. How many people do you know, including yourself, have worked incredibly had on a project or job or school work only to fail miserably at it? If you are anything like me you have failed time and time again. This can really put a damper on things. it can be a damaging blow to your self esteem, willingness to maybe try new things, or even cause you to fail a class. This my friends is where we find ourselves in the magical world of ” The promise of sweat”. Read More