The Future of Medicine


As you may know my family’s constellation of companies all revolve around the business of wellness. One of our companies, Energetix Corporation, is sponsoring the upcoming Evolution of Medicine Summit, a free online event which takes place from September 8-15, 2014. The Summit’s founder, James Maskell, and two of the keynote speakers, Dr. Mark Hyman […]

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“The One” or “Girl Finds Cello”


“The One” or “Girl Finds Cello” – a poem by Gregg Hake He leaned silently against the tired floor Which had heard so many songs before— Songs of victory and defeat, of love and of sorrow, Of war and of peace. A single rose sat upon his side, Vouchsafed by a fair maiden who in […]

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Subtlety to the Simple


Subtlety to the Simple – a poem by Gregg Hake The simple things I wish to see, Free from all intricacy. For in them doth all wonders lie: The deep blue sea, the bright blue sky.

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I Look Outside


“I Look Outside” – a poem by Gregg Hake I look outside from within― feeling, not seeing, accepting, not judging, giving, not taking. All beyond me is of me and I of it― for all is one, parts of a whole. One body of one mind, separate but distinct― conjoined in purpose, discrete in action. […]

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The Longing to Belong


The longing to belong is one of the deepest motivations of the human heart. Belonging gives you context and is a place from which you can actualize your purpose. If you direct that longing to that which is whole, holy, and sacred, your energies will be directed toward the accomplishment of your true purpose. If, […]

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Attention and Focus


If you drop a frog in a pot of boiling water, it will of course frantically try to clamber out. But if you place it gently in a pot of tepid water and turn the heat on low, it will float there quite placidly. As the water gradually heats up, the frog will sink into […]

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