One of the best ways to get real and stay that way is to ask not only “what do I believe” but “why”.
The answers are usually surprising. They point us to things we don’t question; the assumptions, the givens.
Good news, because they take us back to our core beliefs– the ones with our name on them, not someone else’s.
He’s amazing to watch, a really gifted teacher.
No matter the topic, from murder, to patriotism to same sex marriage, he’ll get you thinking about the tough issues, the passionate issues, the ones just below the surface of everyday conversation- the ones we need to have.
Turns out, those kinds of conversations change us the most and while they may not change “the” world, they’ll change your world…seems the right place to start.