Kevin is headed back to Pine Ridge! On Wednesday June 22nd from 1-3pm, Kevin will make his first stop of the trip at the Devil's Tower National Monument where he will be on hand to sign books and personally discuss his story with people who are visiting one of the many locations he writes about in his book! Not … Continue reading Kevin is headed back to Pine Ridge!
Videos now available online! At the 2nd Annual Maine Live on March 24th, 14 speakers shared their stories of integrity, tenacity, and courage. For Kevin Hancock, CEO of Hancock Lumber Company, that story is about losing his voice to a rare neurological disorder and then finding it again after spending time on the Pine Ridge Indian … Continue reading Video of Kevin’s Maine Live presentation now posted online
To all my Pine Ridge friends - This quote reminds me of Pine Ridge…it reminds me of Casco, Maine…it reminds me of planet earth…it reminds me of being human. We are all one tribe and we are the truth we seek to know… Why We Struggle to find ourselves and How to do … Continue reading We are the truth we seek to know!
Sunday, I did a book talk at the Casco Library (my hometown library)! 1/2 of my former english teachers were there! That was a little overwhelming! Sold 20 books. Yesterday we shipped 12 books from on-line orders to 7 different states! Today I am giving a book to all 103 people who work at our … Continue reading Spreading the word!
I want to share this great, short video. It summarizes what happened in just 20 years after wolves were reintroduced to the Yellowstone ecosystem. This story reinforces the Lakota view of the interconnectedness of all living creatures. Balance is nature's optimal state. This also makes me think of human organizations and how easily they can … Continue reading Balance
I spoke today at the annual Maine Youth Leadership Conference (MYL) (www.maineyouthleadership.org). MYL is one of my favorite organizations. Each year it brings 10th grade “ambassadors” from every high school in Maine to come together for a program of leadership development, social tolerance and personal exploration. For the past two years I have given the … Continue reading NOT FORGOTTEN