Whether it's intended for podcasts, video or just the printed page, my creativity usually starts with good old fashioned text, so there's an article version for most everything here, including the scripts for videos.
Strange characters, alternate dimensions and all sorts of other things that clearly have no basis in reality. I think.
With a collection of broadcast misfits including a spacy idealist, a prosperity pitchman, an aspiring news anchor and a cult guru with a fondness for explosives, David and Karen struggle to keep their weekly talk show, Self Help Television, on the air.
Whether it's career advice, tales of the corporate word or I'm just barking at the moon, these are the things I'm pretty sure I haven't made up.
I've spent my entire life searching for the meaning of existence, embracing all manner of spiritual paths and the many unseen forces that so clearly affect our lives. However, I also make a living as a software developer, a career where the logical side of the brain is expected to show up sober on a daily basis.
As you might imagine, this means my inner geek is constantly arguing with my inner hippie in a never ending discussion of science versus spirituality, each intent on proving the other wrong.
But why do I have to choose?
With that in mind, gather around the campfire as we explore the questions we've had since we first crawled out of the cave.
Is there truth to be found in the many spiritual paths of humanity, even if you can't prove it on a white board? Is there a logic to existence that can lead to enlightenment? Is there a place where science and spirituality can actually live in harmony? Or am I just barking at the moon?
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