I think the feeling of something ending is a profound one and one we don't necessarily have a good sense to detect - unless the circumstances are obvious and in the forefront.
I fear this mentality does the inverse of what we would hope. It creates a sense of patience with our immediate routines while creating an inevitable frustration and impatience with our long term vision. When realistically it should be the opposite.
I can almost guarantee that in any given day, you're experiencing everything from mundane to ridiculous; which begs the question...
Why is one of the most pressing questions we can come to ask ourselves. It speaks to our curiosity whilst promoting our sense of self. But why is not a simple endeavor by any stretch of the imagination. It is simply the beginning. A beginning that often finds us at a tipping point. And perhaps the current times is a tipping point, a point that has brought our state of mental health into question.
This past weekend. The Jubilee Media group debuted an episode of their ongoing Youtube series "Middle Ground" that featured me as one of six guests to speak around a very important and relevant topic in today's dialogue; identity politics.
If we truly acted within the framework of having limitless choices and we coupled that with the power of the internet we have today (the almighty Google search) - shouldn't we feel limitless in our potential?
In this episode, host Ramneek takes a moment to give his listener’s more context around himself and where he’s coming from. In this short episode, Ramneek speaks a bit about himself, his background and his hopes for this podcast.
Ramneek sits down with Arizona political candidate Anita Malik who is running in 2020 for Arizona’s House of Representatives District #6. In this sit down, Ramneek and Anita discuss the state of politics as it stands in the modern context. From healthcare to other aspects of the economy, Anita and Ramneek explore Anita’s political journey and what it might take to win in 2020.