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Overview of the 2012 Whole Man Expo

  My counseling and coaching company, Energy for Life, presented its 2nd annual Whole Man Expo September 8, 2012 at The Cable Center on the University of Denver campus.  As the founder and organizer of Whole Man Expo, I want to summarize and offer my reactions to this year’s event. Essentially, I felt that the […]

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My Heart’s Message

My 40-some-year quest and greatest ambition, and my wife Ruth’s as well, has been to approximate the ideal of living as a whole person.  My sense of what the term “whole person” means has deepened over the decades.  As a young adult, I strove to be a well-rounded guy.  Later, I sought to become high-functioning […]

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Why Whole Man Expo?

Energy for Life is very pleased to present the 2nd Whole Man Expo Saturday, September 8, 2012, 8:30 am – 6:00 pm at The Cable Center on the Denver University campus.  Essentially, this event is being offered to honor and celebrate what folks admire, respect and value about men, as well as to educate the […]

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Becoming Less to Be More

As Founder/Coordinator of the forthcoming Whole Man Expo, I want to continue my recent series of blogs about the concept of “wholeness.” For those who can relate to this rather esoteric term, wholeness usually conjures up a sense of a well-balanced person.  Many people focus on a range of skills/talents and resulting achievements.  Others think […]

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Layers of Wholeness

As the Founder/Coordinator of Whole Man Expo, I want to illuminate various aspects of the term “wholeness.” First of all, true wholeness is reserved for the Supreme Being alone; we mere mortals can only advance in the direction of that ideal.   In the process of striving to be more “complete” people, our lives become more […]

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