Compassion as the Pillar of World Peace – the 14th Dalai Lama

Post by: Kris Kleinknight On June 25th His Holiness gave a public talk on Compassion As a Pillar of World Peace organized by the Indiana Buddhist Center in partnership with the Center for Interfaith Cooperation and Compassionate Indy at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum.  I was fortunate enough to attend along with a few thousand other interested folk. The Dalai Lama has… Read More

TorZo Surfaces

By: Julie Knight TorZo Sustainable Surfaces out of Woodburn, Oregon has a mission towards environmental stewardship.  In 2008 the company launched the surfacing materials with the idea of sustainability by infusing recycled wood and agricultural by-products with polymer chemistry to create an architectural vertical or horizontal surface material. These infused materials are obtained from post-industrial recycled wood fiber board, wood… Read More

What is your 10 Core Commitment?

By: Rhonda Wessel If you follow me on my personal Facebook page, you know that I have turned some of my hobbies into side ventures for me and my family.  My newest one I took on in December 2015.  One of the things that caught my attention with this newest venture was that I could work it as much or… Read More

Neocon in Review

By: Kelsey Venekamp and Donna Metallic From an old-timer to the Neocon newbie, Donna and I waited in the elevator lines and walked 14,000 steps a day at Neocon so you wouldn’t have to! Check out our top five favorite trends from Neocon 2016 and sound off below on which of these trends excite you the most this year! Breakout… Read More

What Goes Up, Must Come Down

By: Kelsey Venekamp There I was, camping out at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway the night before the Indianapolis 500. With the burgers on the grill and the campfire crackling, the night sky slowly became filled with the illumination of hundreds of paper lanterns, set off into the sky by fellow campers and race fans. As I stared at the fire-lit… Read More