Sunday, May 06, 2012

Inkensoul: A Fellow Traveler

I  encountered Steve McAllister, a.k.a. Inkensoul and the videoed journey that he calls The Unbroken Path on YouTube a few weeks ago. I have viewed six or seven of his daily videos since then. I find his thoughts to be informative, sometimes quite discerning. I should like to dialogue with Steve; perhaps I shall find a way to do so.

I share these two recent videos from May 2nd and 5th, respectively, to provide my readers with an introduction to Inkensoul’s The Unbroken Path:

Blessed are the Poor

In the gospels of Matthew and Luke, Jesus is attributed with two versions of the Beatitudes. In both, he regards the poor, both in spirit and just plain old broke, as being blessed, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. In both cases, I think it refers to a level of unattachment and openness to a greater unfolding beyond the temporal as we make our way up the Unbroken Path. ~ Inkensoul

The Call to Adventure

I shall be sharing more about Inkensoul and his path in coming weeks.


  1. Rev. Saint, I think a dialog between you and Inkensoul would be quite interesting.

    How was your Derby day?

  2. Thanks so much for the shout out, Nick. I'm honored that you're enjoying the journey.

  3. I checked out some more of his videos. I like the way he thinks.

  4. Hello my silvia. I want to give a thumbs up for your blog. if I may want to be part of your blog. allow me to exchange blog links so that we can visit each other all the time.

  5. I think he is quite interesting. Thank you, sir, for introducing me to Mr. Inkensoul.

  6. I can barely hear what the guy is saying! This is the problem with public internet cafes.

    We're all on a journey. Don't know about yours, but mine keeps veering all over the place!