Monthly Archives: April 2017

Blessings All, What an amazing weekend. I had the wonderful honor of opening Earth Day for the City of Pittsburgh PA, and several other related events. My journey began by opening Site Nite in Pittsburgh where I spoke for an...
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Greetings All, On the evening of Easter 2017, I had the special honor of being Knighted by the Melchizedek Order The ceremony was beautiful and deeply moving for me with lots of pomp and circumstance. My Knighting ceremony was assisted...
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Blessings Everyone, I got a very special (and much needed) present for my birthday which was on April 11th, and I picked it up a couple of days ago. As some of you know, my four wheel drive truck engine...
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Today I would like to share some special news and to congratulate one of the outstanding members of our team here at the Patrick McCollum Foundation For Peace. Kristen Oliver who is one of our core members, decided to go...
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I just watched the movie Gladiator on my birthday as a kind of restful break from work. It’s been years since I saw it and it was nice to just kick back and watch TV. The movie was particularly special...
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In my posts over the years, many of you will hear me repeat over and over again that diversity itself is sacred and that not one single human being is like any another, and yet our governing narratives are almost...
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As I continue to write on my new book, “Scars”, I am going through photos to include in the book. Besides telling the stories about my experiences and adventures, I also want to try to include some pictures of some...
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It was one year ago today that I was installed in Ghana Africa. Above all, this is a day that I will never forget! Literally the stuff of fairy tales! That said, let us all turn our attention to the...
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Today is the first anniversary of the death of the co-founder of the very first martial arts system I studied which was called Kang Duk Kwon. His name was Chul Hee Park. Kang Duk Kwon, an early Korean style of...
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