Our Stories of Us.
We share them in our homes and around the campfire, or as we hold fishing rods, or while we go out hiking. They resonate with our values and help to shape who we are — and the decisions we make moving forward.
These stories… are passed from generation to generation. We learn and we tap into what we value within ourselves. We shape what’s important or useful to us as individuals.
And it goes deeper inside us individually — and it goes further back through the generations before us.
We search for meaning. We search for connection. We search for belonging.
A wise Pueblo elder teaches that we are all connected, that we all have belonging — to each other and to nature. We only need to slow down and listen.
When we stand clearly in what we value we are able to lead more fulfilled and purpose-driven lives. We are able to “look up” and see what opportunities there are for us. We know ourselves better.
Fathers, Brothers, Sisters, Wives & Mothers
What do you want to teach your sons about being with the people in their lives?
When they sit next to them, when they sit across the table from them, when they are performing at their best or when they are performing at their worst — what is your hope for them?