Stevo

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  1. A few of mine: Barry Long, Rupert Spira, Alan Watts, Jeff Foster, Master Chief Eligio The Christ, Sadhguru.
  2. I am in a similar place. I don't get it.
  3. Barry Long has great teachings regarding romantic/physical love.
  4. That was great! Hawking is so humble he didn't even mention he did some vocals in a Pink Floyd song. I like how they worked Carl Sagan into the rap.
  5. Get a couple of consultations with a financial planner. They can help you allocate for what you want now and also for future needs you may have not considered.
  6. That right there is your answer: "I am just not good enough." Do you have eyes that are on the sides of your head or something really weird like that? Exactly what type of evidence did the voice that is telling you this use to reach this conclusion? Do you think it is possible that voice is being unkind, unfair or parroting something it once heard someone else say?
  7. I have avoided dealing with my ex in order to avoid pain. To me that is not "always doing the emotionally difficult thing" as Leo puts it in One Rule For Acing life.
  8. I loved Leo's explanation of this in the first survival episode.
  9. It shows a lack of respect to say women are "community property" and to say that they have "been passed around" because of the consensual sex they have had. His description of women is unlike any of the women I have been close to as those women are my examples for selflessness, caring, and non-transactional generosity.
  10. Nothing. Culture shows me how I need to change.
  11. Looking forward to this episode possibly even more than the free will episode.
  12. @mandyjw A lot of what you said makes sense to me. It is hard.
  13. Reminds me of this: https://www.multivax.com/last_question.html
  14. A lot of what you said reminded me of my past. I'm almost 50 so if I were to talk to the 26 year-old version of myself I'd say" "Keep your head up and don't stop looking for your answers! Be patient and think about your resilience in terms of decades. A lot of what you struggle with will resolve itself with time alone. And who knows how much time you'll need. So hang in there. Stay curious and hungry." "And don't ever believe you have turned over every stone."
  15. I resonate with what you said about your love for your kids. Mine are over 18 and I often think that I am just now getting mature enough that I could maybe think about having kids 5 years from now. But... they're already here! They have blessed me by illustrating how conditional my love is. I've made strides in putting love above survival, but have a really long way to go to reach my vision of the type of love I want to give.