For the Season Finale of Pair O’ Dime Shift, we thought it would be a perfect opportunity to do a comment response video. Let’s take a look at the general vibe of all of the comments we get, respond to a few personally, and to everyone who has written in.
Thank you for being a part of this little experiment of ours. Pair O’ Dime Shift will return.
All my love,
Are you the One?
It’s nice to wake up to something you didn’t expect… Well something like this anyway.
I recevied a message from Ben Carroll, a very wise and dear soul I met through the PanictoFreedom forums.
When I asked if I could turn it into the next Pair O Dime shift video, his reply:
“Absolutely YES! Thank you, thank you, thank you. I would be deeply honored. That makes me ecstatically happy….much more than I can express! Continue reading
The Wright Brothers, Lewis and Clark, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, Leonard and Sheldon, Kirk and Spock, Miguel and Tuleo, Megaman and Dr. Light, the list of people who’ve done powerful things together is great. In fact, even when you look at the individuals who seem to stand alone, you often find that’s not quite the case at all.
For right next to them were one, two, four, or an entire team of people they were connected with making things happen right beside them.
For could Gandhi have done what he did without any support from everyone around him? How about Martin Luther King Jr? Could Da’Vinci have painted the Mona Lisa without Mona herself? Would Thorin OakenShield be able to even get as far as the Trolls in “The Hobbit” if he didn’t have his Company alongside him? Continue reading
An open letter to all you “fake it till you make it” folks.
Keep it up! Continue reading
Believe it or not, the original script for this was written waaaayy back over a year ago. What sparked the inspiration was meeting two of my biggest inspirations. My friends Michael Evans, and Ray Kamille, through which I learned so much about the flow, light, waves, and how they relate to our experiences here on 3D, that I wrote a draft for this! Continue reading