Saturday, June 22, 2013

The M3 Hangout Series: Dulani and Beau

Our hangout series continues with a talk with  Dulani and Beau. We cover a range of issues that are of importance to self-development and spiritual growth. However, the mood is quite light and playful as we jump from issue to issue. Below are not all of the videos in the series. To see them all, be sure to subscribe to the YouTube channel.


Dulani and I talk maturity and becoming comfortable enough to let down our facades for our loved ones. Every time we talk, I walk away with a better understanding of life, and I have a great time doing it. I hope you'll enjoy these new installments as much as I enjoyed making them.


We continue our conversation about finding ourselves and feeling comfortable enough to be authentic with others. There will always be people telling us who we should be, but growing up means learning who you want to be despite our collective mentality.


Young gays in high school are often hopeless because they lack any perspective. Now is forever, reputation is everything, and they're still figuring out who they want to be. And when we get older it's not that much better. We're still having to deal with parents who may not accept us for who we are.


When we speak our minds, we will encounter critical people. It's all about our perception of them. When we're being sincere about our beliefs, criticism can bring a sense of achievement that we've gotten our ideas out into the world.





MALCOLM TRAVERS
Male Media Mind