Hard work is essential to the development of individual character. They say nothing worth doing is easy? Well…it’s kinda true. Our society is very lazy, and always seeks shortcuts, this sort of streamlining has led to a generation of youth who are incapable of staying the course where the rubber hits the road.
In the second segment I talk M. Scott Peck’s book “People of the Lie” and a bit about the concept of evil as a mental illness, I also talk a bit about the Prohibition documentary I recently finished, and top it all off with thoughts on government vs. individual responsibilities.
Wisdom, Art Labor and Love. These are 4 Values that I believe individuals are lacking today, which corresponds to our societal stagnation, even decline. In this episode I talk a bit about why art is important, fan-boy a bit over Pentatonix, talk a little about work ethic, all while fighting a cold and drinking copious amounts of Monster Energy. Enjoy!
P.s. Here’s a cool story. One day, I was sitting around thinking about how to use my photography skills to help other people. I came up with Give Art Give Hope. Basically, we print T-Shirts, and give half the profit to the International Justice Mission. Check out both initiatives on the Activism page here! Art rules!!