What I Know, What I Believe…

March 27, 2012

Well….it has been quite some time since my last post….mostly because I was planning and organizing the most intricate/involved musical production I have ever put on…December to March 2nd was none stop in preparation of my first official album release.  The experience of that show was a culmination of so many things – Too many to really explain here, but will show itself in a future book.  Check out the new website for more info about my music.


 What I wanted to declare at this point is where I stand as a human being, what I know, and I what I believe about myself, and the world.  I am about to embark on a series of exceptionally unique musical journeys (Nepal, China, Taiwan), and I have a feeling I will come back with a drastically made over set of perspectives in 3 months.

So, as of March 27th, 2012….

I Know:

-I have the least I have ever owned, and I have never been happier

-I am following the path I am meant to follow

-My inner truths come from my journeys

-My deepest love goes to all my family, friends, and supporters that helped me get to where I am now

-Quite often my actions and messages are misinterpreted, predominately from the way I communicate what I am doing

-I have learned a lot, but nothing compared to what I am about to.

I Believe:

-My understandings of the dynamics of people and living situations on this planet are about to be obliterated

-Everyone dear and close to me are entering into massive changes in the next few months, and it seems to be at an accelerated rate

-I may come back desiring to live in the forest with my guitar………..

*Take the time to check in with where you are at, and what you know and believe at this moment.  It’s easy to get lost in the day to day mash up we tend to throw ourselves into, so take a minute to gain clarity on yourself.

Not sure when I will have access to electricity again, but until that point, amazing journeys to you all!  See you in 3 months!

Traveling Bard


2 Responses to “What I Know, What I Believe…”

  1. Good Luck! But sounds like you have a good lead and leash on life, never the less, I hope you learn well from your future experiences. It feels good when the soul grows, doesn’t it?

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