Julie Hallan talks to “CAFFEINE COMMUNION” about connecting with others, for even a moment.

Julie and her husband recently settled their household in Clintonville, so we met at Global Gallery, the fair-trade coffee shop, March 8, 2018.

Julie Hallan Mar 8

She’s quite excited to live in Clintonville. Before moving, she had lived, and worked, in the Short North/Victorian Village area, which is how we became acquainted. For years she helped coordinate the annual summer Goodale Park Music Series on the Gazebo stage Sunday afternoons.

Gazebo

She has a devotion to civic work in her community. Over almost a ten-year span she has worked as administrator at the Short North Civic Association, a board member of the Short North Foundation, and volunteer coordinator for Friends of Goodale Park. Not quite ready to jump into civic activities at this time, she occasionally guides tours with Columbus Food Adventures.

CORE VALUES:  Julie believes “we can all get along,” and she personally holds the Golden Rule as her guiding value. “To each their own.”

Current mission to EFFECT CHANGE: She actually made an intentional, thoughtful departure, she “stepped away,” when she felt she was no longer as effective as she once was, on a particular project, working for change. Julie looks forward to working towards a certification as a genealogist.

EARLIEST MEMORY: Julie remembers, at about age 2-2-1/2, climbing out of her crib a lot, specifically screaming from her crib when her mother closed the bedroom door. And she remembers, at age 3, when he sister was born. She was angry because it diverted time for visits to the park with her father.

Julie’s FEELING of HUMAN CONNECTEDNESS: “I have that feeling that when I’m with someone close that we’re both on the same side, we’re in this together, we GET IT!” This feeling could be fleeting and embrace the connection even with a stranger, just for a moment, a glance.

Where does she place his presence on the spectrum of SCARCITY/ABUNDANCE? “I grew up in a blue collar household, we had what we needed, but I remember wishing for more expensive clothing.

Her proverbial “BOX” that we’re often encouraged to THINK OUTSIDE OF: Julie’s box is social structure, as well as self-imposed pressure. “I fight this box all the time.”

The source of her IDEAS, her MUSE: Travel clears her head, seeing new things stimulates new thoughts, renews her mind. Julie has travelled considerably, and even lived in Bulgaria for seven months.

On UNCERTAINTY: With age and life experience Julie isn’t as fearful of uncertainty as she once was at a younger age; public speaking would have been unnerving. “It’s part of the box.”

Henceforth, 5-YEARS from now/2023: “Watching the pendulum swing from one pole to the other, examining the results of our current political era. It had to swing back, and I hope it doesn’t keep swinging to the extreme. I’d like to see society level out, compromise.” 

ANCESTRY: Julie is about to embark upon a 15-week genealogy certification program through Boston University. Of mostly Irish heritage, she can name all her grandparents and great-grandparents and on one branch can go back seven generations.

Finally, Julie…WHATCHA READIN’? She reads among a wide menu of articles, with the intention to find a balance of divergent news sources, “Slate,” “Fox News,” etc., for broad perspective.

 

Thank You, Julie, for your time and interview.
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Darin Hadinger on Balance and Counter-Balance to “CAFFEINE COMMUNION”

Darin and I exchanged greetings at a table in Cafe Brioso, March 6, 2018.

Darin Hadinger

And speaking of Brioso, remember the “parklet” gracing the street in front of coffee-shop-central at Gay & High a couple seasons ago? A project designed by Darin and the team at Transit Columbus, in partnership with PAST Foundation.                                                                              parklet

A former first-responder at a suburban-Dayton fire department, Darin has long-been about “renewing human capacity” and guiding veterans and returning citizens through their re-entry to employment. He started Solar by Soldiers for this purpose, to change the direction of lives, with jobs as a catalyst, a stepping stone.

CORE VALUES: “Compassion, empathy, helping people find their purpose,” which Darin defines as, “the one thing that makes everything else unnecessary.”

Current personal mission to EFFECT CHANGE:  “Mentoring, helping those in at-risk populations to re-enter society through Second Chance Solar.”

EARLIEST MEMORY: Darin cites two early memories. At about age two, his older brothers tried to help quench his thirst by offering him water from a commode, which their mother intercepted just in time. At the same age he recalls running around a rug in his family living room, wearing a toy fireman hat, remembering in clear detail what he was wearing, how his parents were dressed, and the pattern on the rug.

Darin’s FEELING of HUMAN CONNECTEDNESS: “It feels like experiencing the Aurora Borealis, energy coursing through your veins. It’s what we have at the end of the day, connection, and memories.”

Where does he place his presence on the spectrum of SCARCITY/ABUNDANCE? The end of 2017 had him deep into a realm of scarcity, in terms of health and personal experiences but Darin now is “very fastly heading toward abundance.” Through guidance from his mentor he has developed a purpose-driven alignment, and it has helped him remove his limiters.

Darin’s proverbial “BOX” that we’re often encouraged to THINK OUTSIDE OF: He believes his box is “perfectionism, I used to be a perfectionist, I’m cured” and his task is to take his Big Picture overview of a project and break it down to workable tasks, steps. He has clear vision, hyper detail of his conceived projects. “When it comes into focus, I know it can be done. If it’s a little blurry, I haven’t figured it out yet.”

The source of his IDEAS, his MUSE: “Life experiences, my upbringing from excellent parents.” 

On UNCERTAINTY: “A lot of people have doubt, of an outcome, I don’t. It might not be in the timing I want, but it will be done.”

Henceforth, 5-YEARS from now/2023:  “I’m as excited as I’ve been in a long time, impacting the people I work with. There are more good people than bad, there will be a positive connecting of the dots, rippling through our society. There will be the magic of people being aligned.”

Darin’s ANCESTRY:  His background is almost entirely German and Scottish, and he has a personal memory of his great-grandfather, a farmer, feeding corncobs to hogs, with tobacco juice on his chin. A grandfather prospected for gold in the Black Hills, and also uranium.

Finally, Darin…WHATCHA READIN’? The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results and Pivot: The Art and Science of Reinventing Your Career and Life  and THE REVENANT.

As we departed, I asked Darin of the distinction he makes in his usage of “balance” and “counter-balance.”  “Balance means you’re not moving, it’s not effecting change. With your activity, you are serving as catalyst, a counter-balance, to cause an impact.”

 

Thank You, Darin, for your time and interview.
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Milo Petruziello to “CAFFEINE COMMUNION,”…”If farming has taught me anything…”

Milo and I got together at Global Gallery, the fair-trade coffee shop in Clintonville, February 23, 2018.

Milo P

This was the week following the annual, statewide, Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA) conference at the Dayton Convention Center. After weeks and months of planning, preparing, and executing another crop of speakers, workshops and attendees in which he invests time and talent, the harvest was completed. A bit like farming.

oeffa

When we first met, 2011, Milo was with Green Bean Delivery directing their local marketing effort. He’s been with OEFFA since 2012. We served together on the board of the local not-for-profit, Simply Living. A musician, I’ve seen him perform at Rambling House.

Let’s start with Milo’s CORE VALUES:  1) “Treating people with respect.” 2) “To consider the world from a wider perspective than my own.” We agree, it’s empathy. “Your world is bigger than you, and you can balance that empathy and that broader perspective with your own moral values.” And 3) “I think it’s important to live life with purpose.”

Current mission to EFFECT CHANGE: Trying to get more engaged civically, trying to an engaged and present father, and balancing this civic and parental engagement. He recently joined the board of the Clintonville Farmers’ Market.

EARLIEST MEMORY: At approximately age one-and-a-half he has a memory of breaking his leg, and at age three sitting with his grandfather in his home in North Olmsted, Ohio.

Milo’s FEELING of HUMAN CONNECTEDNESS: “Like sitting next to a wood-burning stove, not just a feeling of heat, but a very tangible sound, and smell, an ambiance, an all-encompassing physical experience. And also, I feel a bit of a tingle when I have a moment when I feel cared for by another human.”

SCARCITY/ABUNDANCE: Milo places abundance as his perspective on this scale, as a generally optimistic person, and he values and enjoys life. “I view myself as fortunate.”

Milo’s proverbial “BOX” that we’re often encouraged to THINK OUTSIDE OF: Living and working in a narrowly-focused, like-minded world (box) he’s “trying to live with people of different experiences and worldviews, and there needs to be an organic connection that transcends the ‘OTHERNESS‘ that you’ve constructed for that person, some shared enjoyment of each other.”

The source of his IDEAS, his MUSE: “Everyday interactions with people, life as it is.” Writing lyrics and music and performing “helps me feel like me.” His current band is Stacked Stones.

On UNCERTAINTY: “I tend to plow through, I do very well in chaos.” His personal motto: “It gets done because it HAS TO!” Milo does not worry about what he can’t control and his focus on the endgame has served him well.

Henceforth, 5-YEARS from now/2023: “I try not to be, but I’m terrified. Fundamentally, I’m an optimist, it’s partially a pragmatic point of view, as there’s no point in not being an optimist.” On social change, “at the end of the day, people only get what they want when they TAKE IT! Civilization doesn’t run on autopilot, humans are not entitled to progress, it must be earned, grabbed, fought for.” Here he quotes local farmer Todd Shriver, “If farming has taught me anything, it’s that I don’t deserve anything.”

ANCESTRY: He values his antecedents, almost 100% of Italian heritage, and his son, Rudy, is named after Milo’s maternal grandmother’s father.

And finally, Milo…WHATCHA READIN’? “I’m slowly working my way through Wendell Berry‘s THE UNSETTLING OF AMERICA: CULTURE AND AGRICULTURE.”

Thank You, Milo, for your time and interview.
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Mary Lyski spices up”CAFFEINE COMMUNION” to relieve hunger

Mary and I reunited at the Bexley Coffee Shop, February 21, 2018.

Mary Lyski

We first met when she opened her popular Short North restaurant, Double Comfort, on North High Street, directly across from the Greater Columbus Convention Center. Almost a year ago, March 26, 2017, she shuttered the physical location due to issues with the landlord, and pursed the Double Comfort mission in a different manner.

Mary Lyski

Mary began packaging Double Comfort Foods, sauces and spice blends, with all profits from sales going to local hunger-relief charities. Starting in 2014 and continuing now,
money for over 95,000 meals has been donated, and it grows with every purchase.

Giving back tastes good!

This segues into Mary’s CORE VALUES: Faith in God, helping others, leaving a small carbon footprint, and foremost…Integrity, which she practices with the high quality of ingredients in which she produces her spices and sauces.

Her current mission to EFFECT CHANGE: Helping get people on their feet. Her mission for Double Comfort Foods is “to be a revenue stream for hunger relief agencies.” Her business is not a 501c3 not-for-profit, but actually a social enterprise.

EARLIEST MEMORY: Mary, at about 2 or 3 in age, making too much noise by popping large balloons, possibly at a kids party.

Her FEELING of HUMAN CONNECTEDNESS: For Mary, this connectedness is “to feel stronger, because you have more support, somehow you feel bigger, a wider ability to see things and touch the people around you.” This, the strength of realizing the security and safety of such a connection.

On SCARCITY/ABUNDANCE: She places her life on the abundance end of this spectrum with the comfort and happiness provided by family and friends, but she has balanced this with her experience of material scarcity when she moved out on her own for college.

Mary’s proverbial “BOX” that we’re often encouraged to THINK OUTSIDE OF: Her box was her comfort zone, and to guide her as she left this box, her mantra was “The only thing to fear is fear itself.” She stepped out of her box.

The source of her IDEAS, her MUSE: “Whatever article I’m reading.” By keeping up with weekly news compilation sources, and by talking with people. “I love doing the research portion in my plans for Double Comfort Foods.” She has a vision to establish her next restaurant in two years.

On UNCERTAINTY: Mary is a planner, so she has no issue with uncertainty, “it’s something you strive to overcome, how can I land on my feet today. It’s always going to be there.”

Henceforth, 5-YEARS from now/2023: Mary hopes to see her family as thriving,  anticipates keeping Columbus as “home,” and sees her hot sauce mission to serve as a major funder for hunger relief. Newman’s Own is an inspiring model for Double Comfort Foods and she envisions change in our national food distribution, such as in the farm-to-table movement. But the systems need refining to eliminate hunger. “Food is not scarce in our country.” 

ANCESTRY: Mary is aware of the names back to her great-grandparents.

And finally, Mary…WHATCHA READIN’? I picked up a book, SOURDOUGH, at Gramercy Books in Bexley, about leaving a well-paying tech job in AI to start a career baking bread. Also, OPERATION MINCEMEAT is on my nightstand.

 

Thank You, Mary, for your time and interview.
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She’s B-A-C-K…the prodigal Holly Hahn returns to “CAFFEINE COMMUNION”

Holly has been in the Pacific Northwest, and upon landing back in the 614 we agreed to meet at Buckeye Donuts on the south side of Cbus, February 22, 2018.

Sugar high, anyone?Holly Hahn

BuckeyeDonutPatriarch

CORE VALUES: Holly informs me she’s inspired by Benjamin Franklin’s 13 Virtues. Justice ranks as her top value, followed by humility. She defines justice as a paradigm that lends itself to partnership, rather than a dominant, patriarchal culture.

Current mission to EFFECT CHANGE: She started work on a book in 1994 about paganism in the practice of service. She has collected annotated research since then and plans to put publication as a priority. This is when she informed me of the first unicorn breeder, Oberon Zell, one of the founders of the Church of All Worlds, whom she met back in the ’90s. She also would like to start a contemporary community modeled on the Beguines, a 12th Century secular order of women who formed communal living arrangements that offered safe, affordable accommodation, and a life of service to their neighbors. Holly hopes to go forward in this manner. “There are so many more similarities among humans than there are differences.”

unicorn

EARLIEST MEMORY: Holly recalls, at about age two, hiding in a cookie sheet cabinet in her grandmother’s kitchen.

Her FEELING of HUMAN CONNECTEDNESS: “Relaxed, open, like a release of breath.”

On the SCARCITY/ABUNDANCE spectrum: Although raised in a household of middle-class comfort, Holly acknowledges this privilege. But she also knows scarcity, as she has experienced extreme poverty, “I’ve never gone hungry but I’ve been one meal from it. I’ve always had faith that the next day would be better.” Having lived this range of  experience, she appreciates the access she had to education and comfort, and in a spiritual sense, she finds herself with abundance. “Look to the lilies of the field, how they grow: they neither toil nor spin…”

Holly’s proverbial “BOX” that we’re often encouraged to THINK OUTSIDE OF: She believes leaving Columbus last year to make the Pacific Northwest home was a manner of leaving her box. ” ‘Human’ is not my first language, I’ve always lived outside the box.”   

The source of her IDEAS, her MUSE: “I’m not as imaginative as you would think. I take in experiences and process them, for days.” Holly continuously meditates a lot when she’s alone, and she makes alters, numerous alters, at home and in public, anonymously.

On UNCERTAINTY: “I’ve lived there, for a long time, on the knife-edge of uncertainty, and I’m comfortable doing so, but I have to consider my children.”  She’s called to by the divine, “I’m led. I know why I’m here, and now I’m trying to learn how to go about doing it.”

Henceforth, 5-YEARS from now/2023: Holly suspects that by the patterns we can see in our society, civil war could happen in this country. “In five years I want to either found, or be living in, a monastic order, but without the chastity.”

ANCESTRY:  She can name her great-great-grandparents, one of whom was killed fighting Russians in the Hungarian/Romanian part of Europe. She may have a Romany-influence among the branches of her tree.

And finally, Holly…WHATCHA READIN’? John Donvan and Caren Zucker’s IN A DIFFERENT KEY,  Laura Swan’s THE WISDOM OF THE BEGUINES, and Stephen Covey’s classic 7 HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE.

 

Thank You, Holly, for your time and interview.
HOW ABOUT YOU?
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Simon La Bozetta tells “CAFFEINE COMMUNION” about growing his arts

I had been a neighbor of Simon and his artist household in Olde Towne East; that’s how we met. Our most recent meeting, February 19, 2018, was at the original Angry Baker at Oak & 18th.

Simon La Bozella

He’s a working artist, a painter primarily, and a chronic insomniac. Simon is also an artist in the garden, with his home plot (32′ X 60′) providing most of the fresh fruit & vegetables his family enjoys. He once showed me a fresh harvest of potatoes, purple skins with yellow flesh, lavender skins with white flesh, pinto skins, almost every combination. Peach, apricot and cherry trees.

CORE VALUES:  Simon can trace his Shawnee ancestry, and in the native ethic, he values his role as steward of the land, in the great circle of life. As he’s taught his daughter, “it’s not merely a practice to not waste, but it’s to leave the land better than you found it.”

Current mission to EFFECT CHANGE: He’s on-going a several-season “potato” project, in an attempt to breed his own species. Heirloom varieties is all he grows. Simon plants diverse species side-by-side as a means to enrich the fertility of his soil.

EARLIEST MEMORY: He recalls, at about 1-1/2 to 2 in age, being outside in his snow suit, throwing snowballs at his dad who was clearing snow off their blue Volkswagen car.

His FEELING of HUMAN CONNECTEDNESS: Simon describes the texture of his emotional closeness to others as a “hyper-sensation, butterflies in his stomach.”

On the SCARCITY/ABUNDANCE spectrum: “I feel like a wealthy person.” Simon recognizes the love and affection he has from family, friends, extended family. He gets to do his art. He acknowledges “it’s a great living to have purpose, to get something done.” 

Simon’s proverbial “BOX” that some encourage us to THINK OUTSIDE OF: “Making a hasty judgment call” puts a constraint on his ways of seeing. But then he stops to question WHY he makes that knee-jerk reaction

The source of his IDEAS, his MUSE: Simon has won awards and has had the opportunity to work under other talented, inspiring artists. He can take a walk, observe, and find his muse anywhere: the quality of early morning sunlight, cloud-gazing… he claims “childlike fascination” with this visual stimuli.

On UNCERTAINTY: “What I’m uncertain about is what I’m doing tomorrow, if there IS a tomorrow”

Henceforth 5 YEARS ahead, 2023: Simon reports that he’ll be 50 then, and as for our culture “Trump has really stirred the pot, whether you’re for him or not, and the outcome could be a tug of war,” but he doesn’t really have a way to answer this question.

ANCESTRY: Part Shawnee, with a large dose of Italian-Greek in his background. “I knew my great-grandfather, he was blind, lived until I turned 14.” 

Finally, Simon…WHATCHA READIN’? Michael Pollan’s books, including THE OMNIVORE’S DILEMMA, as well as his other writings. He’s been reading mushroom field guides, too.

 

Thank You, Simon, for your time and interview.
HOW ABOUT YOU?
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Jim Vaive confesses to “CAFFEINE COMMUNION,” “I fail at it every day.”

Jim and I have been long-acquainted friends, since 1991 when he was building Varment Guard, a pest-control company that he has since sold. He’s now the Regional Co-Director of SixSeconds, The Emotional Intelligence Network, “about being smarter with feelings.  More aware. More intentional. More purposeful.” 

Jim VaiveWe reunited at the Roosevelt Coffeehouse February 15, 2018.

Time was a factor that morning, so we got down to it directly.

Jim’s CORE VALUES: His personal mission statement,  “To love people unconditionally while maintaining healthy boundaries.  My noble goal, my north star, my over-arcing sense of purpose…and I FAIL AT IT EVERY DAY! And how does he define unconditional love?  “It’s about judgment vs. curiosity in engaging with others; to be non-judgmental is the goal, that’s what unconditional love means.”

Current mission to EFFECT CHANGE:  “I work to engage with the people I talk with on the journey, talk about how to engage on this journey together. Then we talk about how to activate our conversation, and then I want to reflect on it with the people I talk to. He cautions that the number of “bad guys” aren’t necessarily increasing, the world isn’t necessarily falling to hell in a hand basket, it’s just that the bad guys are LOUDER, and being amplified by the media.

EARLIEST MEMORY: At age three, walking down a road with his pal Joey, comforting and encouraging Joey, who was crying, saying “It’s going to be all OK.”

Jim’s FEELING of CONNECTEDNESS with others, the TEXTURE OF EMOTION: “I don’t know if there are negative or positive feelings. All feelings have a reason for presenting themselves. We humans decide if they’re negative or positive. We use feelings to navigate, they’re all over our bodies. Think of these chemical peptides as little keys flooding our systems, looking for the lock to unlock.”

SCARCITY/ABUNDANCE:  “I never worry, even when I experience scarcity, because I have abundance. To whom much has been given, much is expected. If we have abundance, we need to give; if we don’t have it, well…that’s OK.”

The proverbial “BOX” of which we’re often encouraged to THINK OUTSIDE OF: “I don’t really think about being in a box. I guess the box I want out of is one in which I’m failing, coming short of the noble goal.”

Jim’s MUSE, source of his IDEAS: Listening to people, learning. “I’m more interested in people who are trying to build community, and growth.”

On UNCERTAINTY: “No one understands what the future holds…I’ve never had control, it’s an illusion.”

5-YEARS ahead, 2023: Jim will work with SixSeconds until he can no longer fulfill his duties. On success, on happiness, “I look upon ‘happy’ as an event and ‘joy’ as a lifestyle. Joy doesn’t mean that you’re going to be happy. If we’re in touch with ourselves, joy is how we live each day.” 

On his ANCESTORS:  Jim can name his antecedents back two generations, to his grandfather.

And finally, Jim…WHATCHA READIN’? Any book written by David Balducci, the pulp fiction writer, for fun, pure enjoyment.

“Our mission is to live life to the best of our understanding of our ability.” – Jim Vaive

Thank You, Jim, for your time and interview.
HOW ABOUT YOU?
Let’s schedule a meeting, SOON, to get acquainted and conduct your interview for “CAFFEINE COMMUNION: Encounters with Paradigm Pioneers.”
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Please add your comments in the box below; any review or critique is welcome.

 

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