Jump the Gun: Why Escape the Now?

Steve grew up in the northern Appalachian Mountains. There he enjoyed the beauty and simplicity of nature and life. He was a typical country boy and enjoyed this lifestyle very much. Steve started writing poems and short stories during high school. There were experiences during his youth that were difficult but have enriched his understanding of life and humankind immensely. Steve spent over three years living practically out of a backpack as he traveled from place to place; working as a farmer, convention coordinator, bartender and D.J. He studied Marketing and Management in college.

The idiom Jump the Gun is perhaps not known world wide but is well known in western cultures. The phrase derives from Track and Field sport competition and was originally called “Beat the Gun”. This quote has a spiritual significance for us to consider. The now is constant. It may be the only true constant Read more about Jump the Gun: Why Escape the Now?[...]

The post Jump the Gun: Why Escape the Now? appeared first on Steve Leasock.