In this episode, Kevin had the opportunity to talk with Hasna Bergwall, the co-founder of the WeCroak app that encourages people to lead happier lives by thinking about death five times a day.
1.WeCroak is a smartphone app based on the Bhutanese principle that to live a happy life; one must meditate on one's own death five times a day
2. Because after all, we're all going to die. No one gets out of this alive.
3. Life is short and precious, rare and special, and we want to use it well.
In this episode, Kevin talks about how we should initiate how to express ourselves to the world. How should we have time to speak to know what we are passionate about and find enjoyment in the journey we are heading to in our life.
Kevin and Steve discuss society's resistance to living a life true to one's self as well as how to raise healthy children in a way that empowers them, all while allowing them to understand and respect the consequences of their choices.
Referenced In this Episode
* don Miguel Ruiz - Author of The Four Agreements
* Miguel Ruiz Jr.
In this week, Kevin discusses shifting a common attitude of feeling like one Has to do something to a more grateful feeling that one Gets to do those things.
==References and Links==
Ancient Rome Will Never Get Old. Take It From Mary Beard.
Kevin and Steve have a discussion about past mistakes and poor choices and how to move on with forgiveness of oneself. (Amongst other topics . . .)
Original quote from don Juan mentioned in this episode:
“Are you angry at me, don Juan?" I asked when he returned. He seemed surprised at my question. "No! I'm never angry at anybody! No human being can do anything important enough for that. You get angry at people when you feel that their acts are important...
In this solo episode, Kevin chats about a growing up with a default layer of depression and he used the concept of breaking agreements in order to recover his divinely bestowed energy and break free from the path of stuckness he found himself on.