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Remember that moment you swung on the monkey bars at the playground and discovered flow? Yes, it was nerve racking at first until you let go to grab onto the next bar. From there it was all about trying to stretch yourself to see how far you could swing. Our whole body got involved and we learned fast how to listen to our body to make this happen. WHAT HAPPENED NEXT IS… Read More

In an age where we get instant information, very few find instant answers. The modern world with all its ease, it still doesn’t have the ability to calm the soul. We get to work faster, achieve a lot more, run from one meeting to another and still feel we’ve accomplished nothing. WHY? We are all created in the image of God, yet through false and poisonous mindsets we rob ourselves of all… Read More

Today for most of the Christian world and next Sunday of Orthodox Christians, we observe the greatest moment in the Kosmos. Unfortunately for many, this is a cultural holiday lightly observed that has very little connection to the meaning of life. For us who believe in the Resurrection of Jesus, we celebrate this moment every day. As a result, our hearts are full, our spirit is at peace and our passion is… Read More

The moment forgiveness is released into the air, all sorts of transformations take place. Forgiveness is a living thing, it’s not a thought process or a program. Just because people coexist, it doesn’t imply forgiveness has taken place. Some of the most angry and bitter people can coexist for years harbouring bitterness and resentment. Being civil isn’t forgiveness, being civil externally prevents wars, but civility without forgiveness cannot bring about harmony. Wether… Read More

Welcome to another episode of TOMCAST, The ancient facilitator. A wedding planners nightmare. A calling to create the greatest experience for all participants. There is nothing better than a well orchestrated event, yet few appreciate all the behind the scenes effort to create it. In the modern world of shallow experiences, we hardly appreciate what a real event looks, feels and tastes like. As a result of not appreciating the outcome of… Read More

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