Tag Archives: wholeness

New Whole Man Programs

As the founder and organizer of Whole Man Expo, I am very pleased with the programming that we have had the privilege of offering during the past three years for the Front Range of Colorado. We were extremely blessed with numerous high-caliber, dedicated presenters and with so many conscious men and women who participated in […]

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Inheriting the Earth

Today I was inspired by this quote that I found on Values.com, listed by The Foundation for a Better Life: If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue, or walk with kings—not lose the common touch; If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you; If all men count with you, but none […]

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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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A Very Upbeat Event

It gives me immense pleasure to invite you, your families , friends and colleagues to attend Whole Man Expo  Saturday, September 10, 2011, 8:30 a.m.  – 5:30 p.m at the Sheraton Denver Tech Center Hotel, 7007 S. Clinton Street, Greenwood Village, CO. Adults and teens of both genders are encouraged to attend this very informative […]

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My Own Wholeness

As Whole Man Expo has been widely publicized (especially in the Front Range of Colorado), I would both hope and suspect that many people have wondered, “how do I measure up as a whole person?”  I regard this as a much more substantive and meaningful question than wondering how one measures up in terms of […]

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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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A Well-Balanced Man

by Jeff Klein As we approach the release of Ordinary Men, Extraordinary Lives:  Defining Moments, the question of “what is a well-balanced man?” may be a relevant one to consider. As context for this exploration, let’s recognize that “balance” does not necessarily mean “of equal size or proportions.” It takes considerably more oil blended with […]

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Sneak Previews

By design, our anthology is rich with highly diverse stories of the colorful lives of its contributing authors.  Periodically, I will share some “flavor” of several disparate stories, so as to provide a “sneak preview” of Ordinary Men, Extraordinary Lives:  Defining Moments. Probably our most intense story is one I co-authored with Sam Fireman, who […]

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