Show Notes:

3:30 The fight club effect.
4:30 Monstrous people are dealing with something far more monstrous than themselves.
9:00 Pragmatic moral relativism.
14:00 The origin story.
16:00 Finding the group and the right relationships.
18:00 It takes 10 years to be an overnight success.
22:00 Writing as a form of therapy.
26:00 Bridging the cultural divide.
32:00 Community support and sending the right messages to children.
36:00 Cultural Narratives and how they are internalized.
37:00 Demystifying the other.
38:00 The white guy braided black belt.
42:00 Shame is the route of so many problems.
48:00 How social media swallows constructive energy.
53:00 Secular society embracing fiction as modern religion.
54:00 StarWars and Joseph Campbell.
60:00 The Matrix and the price of stability.
1:5:00 People are not who they were when they were 18.
1:17:00 Power, racism, and cult-like thinking.
1:23:00 You don’t get killed for pushing people apart, you get killed for bringing people togethor.
1:26:00 How Brazilian JiuJitsu can change lives.
1:31:00 Hunter reveals his white guy braided black belt.

“The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.” -Alvin Toffler

Book Mentions:

  1. Hero with 1000 Faces
  2. The Writer’s Journey: Mythic Structure for Writers
  3. The Power of Myth
  4. The Wisdom of Joseph Campbell

Book Recommendations for Young Minds:

  1. The Complete Short Stories Of Ernest Hemingway
  2. Autobiography of Malcolm X
  3. Frankenstein
  4. Book of 5 Rings
  5. Hagakure
  6. Batman: Year One Deluxe Edition