Momentous Living was an unplanned birth, conceived from a drunken delusion that life is black-and-white. The problem occurred when gray matters tested carefully constructed boundaries, creating tension that demanded contemplation.
Imperfect living, breathing
money, health and parenting,
work, politics and religion.
Growing up. Growing old.
Finding time. Finding self.
The only self over which we have any control.
Tackling this tension was tough, but, in the end, we chose to write through the emotions of these matters. And somewhere in the process of arranging words on a computer screen, tension transformed into stories of momentous living.
Stories about being
daring enough to travel
inside and out.
Daring enough to be daring.
Daring enough to be.
Our story is about shaping a better world through a better self. It’s about taking difficult matters and re-shaping them into fresh narratives that transcend black-and-white interpretations of how life “should” be.
Our story is about being all we can be; for when we focus on being our best, regardless of what others may or may not be doing, then the rest of the world, in spite of us, will naturally be its best too.