My current personal life mission is to cultivate capacity for social change, in particular for nonhuman animals. I bring together communities to heal emotionally, spiritually, physically, and socially to help us be more loving, compassionate, and sustainable social change activists. My work includes fundraising, activist development, and spiritual facilitation. See my resume for some of my history.
As of December 2019, here are some of the things I’m doing with my life
I bought two more bikes! I have a new fat tire bike with studded tires for winter riding and my first-ever road bike that I will using in the warmer months. The fat tire bike is slow and really great, and I hope to use the fat tire bike to do longer commutes, e.g. to visit relatives in the suburbs. I’ll have to figure out how to not carry so many things (food, clothing, spare tubes, and much more); I don’t want to weigh down the bike with a rack and panniers. I continue to unlearn toxic masculinity and have started a mens collaborative accountability group. I continue to host monthly Our Wellness and Liberation gatherings and I’m considering planning another retreat. And as usual biking around town, cooking food with and for friends, singing, meditating, and reading.
For work, I am doing the following part time:
See the archives of what I’m currently doing.