I've been called many things in this life, but my primary roles at the moment are that of a husband, father, researcher, veteran, author, speaker, and a pretty all-round awesome guy (if-I-do-say-so-myself!). With an intent on designing a better world, I strive to blend innovation, social entrepreneurship and humanitarianism to tackle some of the globe's most daunting tribulations. I've also got a knack for identifying patterns where many perceive noise, which allows me to design solutions by fusing concepts from seemingly unrelated experiences like a 12 month deployment to Iraq, backpacking across India to attend Dalai Lama teachings, and interacting with random everyday people. At the center of my onion, however, you'll find a well-beaten path towards inner-peace and personal awakening. Should fate dictate that we cross paths, I would love to join you in meditation or soul searching conversations relating to the human experience. During my travels around the world, I've always loved meeting new people who share their beautiful perspectives on life. Naturally, I'm looking forward to learning from you as we share stories, challenges, and triumphs. Most people understand that life is short and can end at any moment, but few embody that truth and know it at their core. Regardless of where we are on the spectrum, we're all trapped on this rock as it hurtles through infinite space. So, let's make the most of it - shall we?
Free Your Mind Proven steps that can liberate you from suffering so you can live the life you deserve. by Darryl D. Diptee When you were a kid you had so many dreams and aspirations. What happened to those dreams? In a word: Life. Like many others befo...Read More
Your children will thoroughly enjoy Darryl’s latest book! The Caterpillar that became Enlightened by Darryl D. Diptee Obsessed with escaping a life of unhappiness, Sumi risks it all and gets everything a caterpillar could ever want. But even with every im...Read More
After seeing this meme a friend sent this message right before take-off on a flight to Seattle: “Interesting. I’m not sure what that means. Not to be difficult but when I read it I know I have time. Even if it’s 5 minutes. I’m ready for my after life. ...Read More