The Shift in Abundance

Posted by - April 4, 2018

Written by Randy Evans   When I started sharing a meal on the riverfront in the summer of 2015, I had to make a decision whether to serve the food to my friends or let them serve themselves. Ultimately, because of the way the city ordinances were written, I had everyone serve themselves. This decision

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The Shift in Mutuality

Posted by - March 4, 2018

Written by: Randy Evans      One of Walking Tall Wilmington’s core values is mutuality. Mutuality is defined as “the sharing of a feeling, action, or relationship between two or more parties.” In other words, it is people taking care of each other on a deeper level. We experience this in our families, friendships, and

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The Shift in Hospitality

Posted by - February 2, 2018

Written by Randy Evans of Walking Tall Wilmington Since Walking Tall currently does not have a building, we function primarily on a mobile level. We highly depend on the surrounding community to extend different forms of hospitality toward us. One of these acts of hospitality is letting us use their buildings and we are extremely

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Sunglasses that Help Save the World

Posted by - January 3, 2018

In a world where we as consumers are constantly offered products from so many different companies, why not make a choice that helps make a difference in the world?   One of these companies doing exactly that is Nectar Sunglasses. They provide a great product at a reasonable cost, a great warranty, and have partnered

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The Shift of 2018

Posted by - January 2, 2018

Written by: Randy Evans Walking Tall Wilmington experienced tremendous growth in the past year, considering we officially launched in April. We threw ourselves headfirst into the deep end, trying many different angles to see how we could build community and interpersonal relationships; some succeeded, some did not. However, the one constant was our ability to

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The Shift of Charity

Posted by - December 6, 2017

Written By Randy Evans I’d like to continue the conversation from last month about charity and the intentions we have behind it. I find the philosophical way of looking at all this enlightening of why we do what we do. Am I suppose to feel good about doing charity? What if I don’t feel good

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The Shift Of Intention

Posted by - November 7, 2017

The Shift of Intention Written by: Randy Evans The holiday season is fast approaching and opportunities for charity abound. I ask, if you do something charitable, why are you doing it? When speaking about charity, intention is rarely mentioned or given much thought. Is it to feel good? Is it Christmas? Check a box on

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The Shift Of Money

Posted by - October 4, 2017

Blogger: Randy Evans There’s been a lot of discussion happening online in response to Casey Roman’s recent WECT documentary, “Fly A Sign,” a piece of reporting that did a good job of offering a variety of perspectives regarding persons in poverty. In these related social media conversations, some passionate, frequently stated concerns about panhandling included

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The Shift Of Language

Posted by - September 1, 2017

I never intended to pursue this journey in such an engaging way. Like most of society, I figured I would stay at arm’s length, participating the way society had taught me: going to the soup kitchen, wearing a hairnet, grabbing the serving spoon, and taking a position behind the food to silently serve those less

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The Oeno-File: Sharing my Cache of Wine Wisdom

Posted by - February 12, 2017

A couple of years ago I was introduced to The Prisoner by one of the members on my research team—let’s be real—it was one of my drinking associates. Since then, we have fraternized with The Prisoner on many occasions. Recently, a bottle was offered to me as a gift; far be it from me to

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