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MEGA EPISODE: TURN YOUR PAIN INTO ART: Making the world a better place: Taylor Hughes

MEGA EPISODE: TURN YOUR PAIN INTO ART: Making the world a better place: Taylor Hughes

Taylor Hughes is a professional comedian, magician. Whose work has been seen on television, commercials, comedy clubs, events, and the Magic Castle for years.  We discuss going through pain and suffering and how to turn that pain into art.  No matter what artistic medium is yours, you can create it.  The world needs it!

This MEGA episode is full of amazing content, special announcements, the launch of a new podcast, and the vision for the CounterCulture Society.

We pummel topics like excommunicating the Church, being shunned by others, the excitement of living normal life, starting businesses, being entrepreneurs, and turning our toughest pains into works of art

EPISODE 035: Fear Be Damned: Part 2: Ezekiel Rudick

EPISODE 035: Fear Be Damned: Part 2: Ezekiel Rudick

"Suffering helps us realize our stupidity, pettiness, and fear.  it serves us by revealing to us that we don't need to hold back.  That we are free to be ourselves." - Zeke Rudick

The second part of each episode is usually the far deeper more fulfilling and revealing part. Do to our trust for one another growing as well as the amount of drinks we've ha!

Zeke empowers me to get very transparent about my forming of a "Christian" institution (Once called Love is not Lost now called life) after I left the machine and to talk about the pain that ensued...but also the hope, joy, and community that has come out of it.  We talk about the Jesus we want to believe in, albeit not sure yet if that Jesus exists...

EPISODE 034: Belonging and Solidarity, Through Joy and Pain: Part 1: Ezekiel Rudick

EPISODE 034: Belonging and Solidarity, Through Joy and Pain: Part 1: Ezekiel Rudick

What if I don’t believe anymore?  What happens now?  What's next?  What about the Bible?  The book that kept trying to convince us to love someone that maybe we don’t love?  So many make it a narrative about a god that is so insecure that if you call him another name he banishes you to hell.  Is there a hell?  Or have we just come up with it to fit our need for there to be a battle between good and evil?  To create an American scenario of what a winner and a loser are?