Monthly Archives: February 2015
God Has Approved My Project As I move forward with funding the “Red Schwinn” project independently, I always fear that I may be making a mistake. I am constantly second guessing myself. I mean there is no proof that this … Continue reading →
As you have seen, new Bike and Brain shirts have arrived. They are in a variety of exotic colors, ranging from coral to lime green. None the less they came out great. In light of the new apparel I took … Continue reading →
Bike and Brain hopes to shed light on the impact the bicycle can have on one’s life. This is the theme that runs through each and every post on this blog. However, just as the bike can aid in our … Continue reading →
“I have been following the developments over at Bike and Brain for sometime.
Everyday Is An Accomplishment I got myself to work and I got myself back. No one else was involved. There was no bus driver that took me. There was no train conductor that operated the train. There was no taxi … Continue reading →
As I begin taking the next steps to turn Bike and Brain into a tangible non-profit, I find myself pondering all the ways a bike can make a true difference. I can think of many obvious benefits, but one news … Continue reading →
Two different people, in two different states, with two different connections to Bike and Brain have written what is below. In fact, the two guest writers, Keith Rich and Natalie Pacelli do not even know each other. Below, Keith describes … Continue reading →
This short video captures what it means to enjoy bikes. The documentary follows four individuals and explores the meaning of bikes in their lives. The viewer can really begin to understand that the bike is a defining feature for each … Continue reading →
Here are the highlights from my trolling sessions this week. All bike and social work related, obviously.
I have written about mindfulness over the last several weeks. The writing has touched on the generalities of the practice. As I mentioned previously, mindfulness is certainly not an easy practice to master. It takes practice, consistency, and perseverance. The … Continue reading →