I have long admired the work of Jeff Brown (Facebook page), so having him on the show was a real privilege. Jeff continues to push the edge on one’s search for truth, meaning, identity and purpose. He also has some enlightening perspectives on the nature of relationship as well as brilliant ideas on how they might function better.
This is easily one of my favorites.
We covered several subjects, including the idea of the witness or observer being our true personality saturated in identity.
“It’s not about finding the one, it’s about finding the path. If you find the path, you might find the one on the path, but the important thing is to find the path.”
“How many people are walking around aware of the magnificence that lives inside of them?”
“The bones knew.”
Dear Americano, We appreciate your acknowledging your regard for Canada in your recent show with his donutness, Jeff Brown. We are proud of his accomplishments and always wary of Americanos, but we approve of your witty and devotional manner. For that reason, a well-worn Toronto Maple Leafs hockey jersey is on your way, as well as a box of winter-wear pseudo-fur condoms just in case. Oh, and a framed picture of Pierre Elliot Trudeau at a hot-tub party with Barbara Streisand in 1972, while wifey Margaret was at home with the boys. Be well, Canada