Spying on the Divine.

November 25, 2020

Spying on the Divine.

May 29, 2023

Addison wrote this poem on Monday while participating in a Sabbatical Session “awe walk” at MEA in Baja. The ocean has a thousand moods and yet, we still trust and sit with it. The sky is not controllable and yet, we still honor it.

The plants change without permission and yet, we know to call it growth.
The trees change in the face of coldness and return with warmth, and yet, we call it seasonal flow.
The earth is not always even, leaves its mark upon us and gives way to weather, and yet, we still use it to steady ourselves.
The rocks are all unique, rough, smooth, small and different from each other and yet, we classify them as a whole.
The boy is surrounded by all of this and, yet, he still yearns to learn from his screen, not his soul.


Addison Brasil's work as a co-founder of the tethr app for men's mental health and wellbeing is part of a life long mission of taking traumatic life challenges and turning them into supportive opportunities. Addison shows up in the world as a conscious creator, connector, and a "forever student" which has brought him to Baja to visit the Modern Elder Academy and take part in the Sabbatical Sessions.

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