I've been trying to write this post for weeks and today is the day. Ohana means 'family' in Hawaiian. It's a word that captures the open-hearted embrace of the special people who come into your life.Read More
Working in a humanitarian crisis is not easy, but so worth it. I met the brightest lights in humanity and also the darkness in humanity. And found the gold.Read More
I don't have followers. I only have family. And together, we did it! We actually did it!! I am writing this email from San Francisco where I will be jamming with 1000+ broadcasters at Periscope Summit tonight!
I left Toronto, Canada for NYC on Dec 29 at midnight and since then I traveled 4000 miles from coast-to-coast; took 1 train, 2 buses, 3 flights, 9 cars; slept on 1 couch, 2 air mattresses and 6 beds in 9 homes in 15 days and hosted 5 meditation events & workshops!Read More