Connected? Before you’ve eaten breakfast in the morning, you’ve depended on more than half the world . . .

There's not a great deal in life that inspires us more than reading about Martin Luther King. Yesterday, we spent a little time doing just that. It was Martin Luther King Day, an annual holiday, held to commemorate his birth (in 1929), after all. It'll soon be five decades since Dr King died, in 1968, yet his place in... Continue Reading →

‘We should be better at reaching out to people who have become disconnected from others . . .’

More than one million people kill themselves EVERY YEAR. That's 3,000 deaths a day, or one every 40 seconds. On an annual basis, suicide claims more lives than war and homicide COMBINED. These are statistics that cause us some concern. You might be questioning the motivation for this particular post so let's clear that one... Continue Reading →

Zack’s Shack – an inspiration to us all . . .

'It feels GREAT to give . . .' - Zack Francom. Imagine making a difference. REALLY making a difference. Imagine changing someone's life. For the better. Forever . . . Imagine the impoverished. The desperate. Those struggling just to survive. Imagine someone denied life's basics. Imagine a mother. She is disabled. She is crawling through the dirt,... Continue Reading →

Inspiring individuals to wellness, purpose and abundance . . .

You'll all be aware, we're quite certain, that here at OM®, connection is our thing. Common interests, shared goals, the invisible thread that binds us as human beings, this subject - inexplicable though it might be - is one that has always fascinated us. Lives are linked, stories intertwined, there can be no doubt. It is... Continue Reading →

‘Just a little bit of time makes a BIG difference . . . ‘

Nicholas Lowinger can still recall the first time he ever set foot in a shelter for homeless people. He was just five-years-old, accompanying his mom, an art therapist whose work took her to places her son might otherwise never have seen. 'I remember . . . seeing kids who were just like me,' he says. 'The... Continue Reading →

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