Know the Facts
My work is all about challenging people's beliefs with true experiences that expand their understanding of what’s possible.
So I share a lot of philosophical and spiritual ideas. Ideas like "question what you think," "there is no right and wrong," "believe in everything and nothing," "time is an illusion," etc. I share these ideas because I think they're essential for staying curious about the world we live in. Because I think living life with curiosity and humility is the key to creativity, joy, and love, and because I think there's a hell of a lot more going on in the world than what we often think we know.
I believe in these ideas. I also think they can be manipulated and used in a way that is harmful, and these days, I see that happening a lot, so let me be clear:
There are things we know. There are facts, and when approaching issues with as wide-reaching consequences as policy and governance, it's important to stick to the facts.Read More