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  • Vaughn Berkeley (Author) Lucky you, with a writing partner,coming out of your comfort zone :)) All sounds so good.Great advice in the article too. Sharing 5X!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Oonah Jaja-Wachuku thank you for reaching out to me. I really appreciate you for that. Glad you liked the piece entitled, “Let the Race Begin.” Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • I’m cheering you on, Vaughn, to finish your book! I didn’t take the challenge because I just finished writing book #15 a few weeks ago, my 12th published book released this week, and I’m editing 3 new books! I think I’ve got my hands full. 🙂 Shared!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Laurisa, thank you for reaching out and your words of encouragement. I really appreciate all your support over our time knowing each other. Keep writing. And congrats on your recent award and upcoming Novels. ~ Love, Vaughn

    • Thanks Warren, I really appreciate you checking out my piece and leaving your feedback. Indeed, finishing is its own reward. ~ Love, Vaughn

    • Hey Irene, thanks for your support. I really appreciate your being my fan this year. Looking forward to the success of this project. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Happy sunday Vaughn, thanks for sharing “Let The Race Begin”, great tips. Shared. Looking forward for more writings.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thank you Monica for your kind words. I really appreciate it from an awesome lady like yourself. Looking forward to engaging with you more. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Laurisa Reyes says:

    Hi Vaughn, This love series has been inspiring. Just shared ‘Love Lost’ on twitter. Thanks for posting.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Laurisa, I value your wisdom and wisdom and insight. Thanks for your support. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Warren Bull says:

    Intersting mention of Lincoln. He came from poverty and an Illiterate father. He had to rely only on himself so he did not drink for fear of lessening the intelligence he had to rely on.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Warren for your feedback. As a Lincoln fan, I though you might appreciate the mention. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Marty Hayes says:

    Time To Get Growing… It’s time to get started! Shared 4x Vaughn Berkeley. God bless brotha

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks for your support Marty. Appreciate it. God bless you brotha. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Beth Childress says:

    Vaughn, this was a FRESH article and I loved the content and style. In truth, I lack the energy to get outside and grow but for anyone who has it in them, this article should get them going! I truly loved reading it and shared it on Twitter and here as well.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Beth, thanks so much for your kind words. Take hard, you can grow SPROUTS indoors in mason jars on your kitchen counter. The taste delicious. Keep in touch. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Irene Mielke says:

    Hi Vaughn. Great article: ” Time To Get Growing.” I look forward to seeing what your topics are this month.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hi Irene, believe me, you won’t be disappointed this month with my pieces. 🙂 Have a good one my friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Hey Vaughn. I just read your article “A Love Lost” and shared it 5 times. I agree that alcohol places a tremendous amount of burden on societies, communities, families, and individuals. The world would be much better off without it.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Jody. I’m glad you recognise the burden of that drink on society. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Hi Vaughn. I loved your article: “A Dangerous Love.” I wish I had read it years a go before I went through all these destructive love patterns. It was such an amazing article. I shared it.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Irene, you’re one of my dearest fans. I appreciate you. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Oonah for your kindness and stopping by. You’ll enjoy my other pieces also. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Hey!!!! Just read Let The Race Begin. Good luck on that book!!!! Interestingly enough, I’m doing the opposite, trying to finish up my first nonfiction book. Short, but I’m very much liking how it is looking. Shared 5x!!!!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Anthony, thanks for your kind words and for checking out my article. Let’s definitely stay in touch for the duration and we can keep pushing each other onward. Looking forward to hearing more on your non-fiction book. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • There are so many therapeutic benefits to gardening as well as a clean supply of food. Love that you’re peaking my interest early Vaughn Berkeley (Author)

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks so much Dee for your kind words. I’m delighted that my article has peaked your interest in starting your garden. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Francesca Aniballi says:

    Vaughn Berkeley’s take on love is wise, elegant and deceptively simple…I love it.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thank you Francesca for your lovely comment and beautiful words. I really appreciate YOU for that. Have a awesome one. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Sarah Coolidge says:

    Valentine’s Day is coming… what does love meant to you? Vaughn Berkeley (Author) has some good ideas for you….

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Sarah, love your comment. Thanks for sharing . ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Marty Hynes says:

    Once again a smash hit article by Mr. Berkeley.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Marty for your kind words. I appreciate you for that. Have a great day. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Marty Hynes says:

    Good morning Vaughn! I have shared Let The Race Begin! Thanks for the challenge. My latest went up this morning…

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Marty for your support. I’ll be sure to check out your piece. ~ Love, Vaughn

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Dana, thank you for your enthusiastic note. I love you! ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Laurisa Reyes says:

    Hi Vaughn. Love your suggestion to turn obstacles into ladders. 🙂 Shared!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Laurisa for your support. Appreciate you as always. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Trina Ann Pion says:

    Hi Vaughn!
    I enjoyed your latest piece. I had to share!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thank you Trina Ann for your lovely comment. Looking forward to engaging with you more. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Russell Dennis says:

    Love your latest article on stress Vaughn! You’ve hit it out of the park again! My followers will love it.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thank you Russell. I really appreciate you for your enthusiastic comment and support. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • May Baydoun says:

    Hi Vaughn, enjoyed your article on emotional strength and shared it to my social media. It’s thought provoking. I’m not sure I completely agree, but i do enjoy your perspective. Have a blessed day.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thank you May for your comment and for sharing with me your thoughts in our follow-up discussion. You can see I added a line in there which I think makes it clearer what I meant. Thanks for your help. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Laurisa Reyes says:

    Hi Vaughn. Your posts are always so insightful. I enjoyed your simple, clear advice about being emotionally strong. Shared!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Laurisa, your feedback is always appreciate and welcome. Have a nice day friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Beth Childress says:

    Vaughn, 1. Thank you for your personal emails that draw us/we (your fans) closer to you. 2. Thank you for taking the energy to specifically quote the messages you created. 3. I am truly sorry for your loss. 4. I took your advice — I read and shared your article about emotional strength 3x because in it are pertinent messages and I truly value the insight.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Beth my dear, you are awesome. Thanks for your wonderful follow-up communication with me. I’m looking forward to seeing you holding your book cover soon when it is out. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Marty Hynes says:

    Hi Vaughn! Your article, Be Emotionally Strong, is incredible. Share it 4x.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Marty, thank you for your kind feedback. I appreciate you for that. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Colin Alston says:

    Just shared your article, “Being Emotionally Strong.” Excellent!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Colin, thank you for your feedback and support. I really appreciate it. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Delwin Fiddler says:

    Awesome Article! Truth is Truth. I loved your article, Be Emotionally Strong. Speaks to my values as Lakota Native American. Shared 5x

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thank you friend Delwin. I do appreciate you for that and am looking forward to engaging with you more. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Rhona Bachan says:

    Hi Vaughn, A great article: BE EMOTIONALLY STRONG. You can write so good & I’m inspired. You nailed the suggestions to handle stress. Much appreciated

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Rhona for your awesome comment and your support. I appreciate you for that. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Merida Venditti says:

    Hello Vaughn. Congratulations! Nice article! Shared!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thank you Merida. I really appreciate your support. Keep in touch. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Hi Vaughn. Interesting article: “Good Advice Bad Advice.” I think teachers are some of the most respectable people on the planet. They’re just doing their job.

    I think you could say the same about any person in any profession. Interesting concepts.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Irene for your comment and your support. I appreciate you for that. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Sandra Barnhart says:

    Hi Vaughn,
    Sorry to read of the loss of your friend in your latest article. Planting a sunflower seems like the perfect way to honour her. I’ve shared your article.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Sandra for your kind words and your support. I appreciate you for that. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Kristine Kruszelnicki says:

    Worthwhile thoughts about the people who are shaping our society today, from my friend Vaughn.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hi Kristine, thank you my friend for your kind words about my article. I look forward to reading your pieces soon. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Sandra Barnhart says:

    I’ve always wanted to try growing my own food. Perhaps a community garden is in order!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      That’s a great idea Sandra. It might help you stay motivated to get others involved. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Allen Buck says:

    Wise words, Vaughn Berkeley!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thank you Allen for your kind words of support. I’m glad you enjoyed my piece. Please continue to keep in touch. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Jacquie Kaufman-Ludwick says:

    As a teacher who tries to fulfill the needs of all my students I am offended by this article. You have taken an important profession to a lie level because of some corrupt teachers! I am glad that you do mention those you do not teach for money, do not give advice and are a credit to there profession. Too bad the governments do not find [fund?] our teachers and schools so that we can make a better impact. Just my personal thoughts! I did share 5x and wonder if I my feelings are online with some others!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      My dear friend, I am delighted by your feedback and my article is not in anyway intended to slight those true teachers who like you, are going above and beyond to nurture the hearts and minds of our youth. In fact, some of my best childhood moments were due to awesome teachers. The “teachers” I am referring to are the modern day entertainers/salespeople selling their “courses” online that contains little to no true content. Notice my examples of our modern day teachers: movie stars, entertainers, salesmen. Entertainers have the biggest platforms. Salesmens, they also hold “free” seminars at hotels where they sell “courses”. In my piece, I also lament the general atmosphere of ill-will toward the real education system that drives young adults to these types of venues to try to learn. In a just world, teachers would be held in the highest esteem as keepers of knowledge and as guardians of the hearts and minds of our youth and young adults. In a just world, Education would be well funded by governments. I hope this clarifies my intent. If still unclear, drop me another note on my wall. Let’s engage more. ~ Love, Vaughn.

  • Marty Hynes says:

    Great wisdom and advice Vaughn Berkeley with your latest article! Shared with my fans

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Marty, thanks for your kind words and your support. I’m glad you found my piece on education entitled, “Good Advice Bad Advice” worthwhile. Looking forward to engaging with you more friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Debra Reynolds says:

    Just read your piece, “Good advice, bad advice”. You make some very sound points. At times, I despair, then I spend some time with my children (in their 20s) and their friends. And I recover hope. Our “system” is broken, even our society. We should work to model what we feel is best, of course, and try to change our system and society. And we should never miss what we can do by helping individuals. Many of the most well-balanced and knowledgeable people I know were largely self-taught. And each can point to someone who taught them a little good advice. Keep writing!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Debra my friend. Thank you for your kind words and thoughtful comment. Indeed, I agree with you that at times we can see evidence that the system is broken. I agree we should “work to model what we feel is best.” People who can learn within the system and then learn good advice outside of the system can find opportunities in life. Let’s stay engaged friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Cynthia Owens-Manns says:

    Hi Vaughn. I enjoyed and shared your article on Good Advice/Bad Advice. You’re absolutely correct and it breaks my heart the direction society is taking not just our young people but some of the adults as well. It is all of our responsibility to speak the truth and protect those who are vulnerable. Keep sounding the clarion call…it is being heard!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Cynthia, thank you for your lovely note and your kind words. I appreciare you for it and yes, I will continue to sound the call. I wish you to join me by echoing the call when you hear it so more might awaken to the things going on. Have a good day friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Marty Hynes says:

    What Over Me – WOW! Are you kidding me? Vaughn Berkeley this is your best article yet!!!!! You bet I shared this one.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Marty, I truly appreciate your enthusiastic support. It encourages me to write more. I look forward to reading your pieces also. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Beth Childress says:

    I enjoyed reading and sharing “Watch Over Me.” It was thought-provoking, reference- rich and encouraging. Thank you for taking the time to share those details with us.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Beth, my friend, how are you? It is wonderful to hear from you again. I’m glad you enjoyed this piece and am delighted by your feedback. Looking forward to engaging more with you and hearing your good news soon. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Laurisa Reyes says:

    Thanks for “Watch Over Me.” I believe in divine intervention. My son was recently spared any serious injury in a recent accident that could have easily killed him. I call it a miracle. Even his doctor said someone was watching out for him. Shared!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Laurisa, thank you for your support and WOW, I’m thankful to hear that your son was saved from harm in the accident. Yes, we do have divine intervention at times in our lives, a miracle. I’m grateful for the miracles and the blessings given to me each day. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Naomi Haupt says:

    Hi Vaughn! I appreciate your insights in “Watch Over Me.” The spiritual world is very real indeed! And there is so much symbolism in the exodus from Egypt. Thanks for writing!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Naomi, thank you so much for your kind words and your support. I really appreciate it. Yes, the spirit world is very real and thank our father in heaven we don’t see the bulk of it. Glad you enjoyed the symbolism in the exodus story. I’m looking forward to staying more engaged with you. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Marty Hynes says:

    Change Your Day Please – I love your stuff Vaughn Berkeley (Author)! Good afternoon sir! Shared your article. My latest is a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Enjoy!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thank you Marty for your awesome support and most enthusiastic notes. I love reading them. I’ll be checking out your article too. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Kasey Cox says:

    Shared your latest Vaughn. My latest is on vegetable dishes I can’t do without

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Kasey. Appreciate your support. Looking forward to reading yours too. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Dee Sarwan says:

    Great article Vaughn, Grace definitely trumps all. Shared your article Change Your Day Please.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thank you Dee for your wonderful words of support. I really appreciate you for that. And you’re so right, grace definitely excels above them all. Take care my friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • David Dailey says:

    Vaughn, I enjoyed your article “Watch Over Me” and have shared it for others to enjoy.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thank you David for your kind words and support. Looking forward to engaging more with you on here. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Christopher Thomasson says:

    What an interesting take on the Passover and what goes on in the spiritual world around us. And yes, I believe there are angels and demons fighting for and against us in the spirit world. It actually made me chuckle when I read this article because it reflects the fictional world I’m creating in my Average Joe book series.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Christopher, you do honour me with your kind words about my piece. I’m thoroughly enjoyed that you liked it and had a good chuckle in relation to my piece and your upcoming book series. I’m curious about your book series now. Hope you’ll share more info. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Christopher Thomasson says:

    Another great article on personal development. My only issue is with item number one on the list: I hate waking up early! I’m a night owl if there ever was one. For example, if I had a 5 am flight to catch, instead of waking up at 3 am to get there at the recommended time to get through security, I’d instead just opt to stay up all night and just sleep on the plane. However, with that said, I do see the benefits of waking up early. As a writer and an artist, I’m missing out on so much beauty an early morning sun provides as it paints the clouds of an ever-changing canvas. Thanks for your insight Vaughn Berkeley (Author)

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Christopher, thanks for your kind feedback on my piece. The waking up early is certainly tricky as our society is structured to enable us to stay awake way past sunset. Might I suggest you try it once a week or even one a month. You might find the sunrise to become such a beauty to you that you automatically desire to view it more. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Rhonda Crockett Logue, MSW says:

    I loved sharing your last article Vaughn. I completely agree with it!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Rhonda, I appreciate your support. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Peter Grutsky says:

    Hello. I read and shared your new article.
    I’m glad that I pretty much got steps 1-3 down.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Peter, thanks for your note. Awesome to hear you got steps 1 to 3 down. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Laurisa Reyes says:

    As always, loved your latest “Change your day, please.” Favorite tip: be gracious. Shared!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Laurisa, I appreciate your kind words and watchful eye. I agree with you. The being gracious part of the day is what more people need. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Gary Dwyer says:

    “Change your Day Please”. Fantastic words of wisdom and advice. Gary x

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Gary for your awesome support. Really appreciate you for that. I liked your piece too about your daughter. I hope things work out for you. Every child needs their dad. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Debra Reynolds says:

    Just read ‘Change Your Day Please’, Vaughn. Thanks for the reminder!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Debra, thanks for checking out my article. Really appreciate you. Hope you have an awesome day. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Lakeytha Clayton says:

    Great article on enjoying and living for today!!! Enjoyed your latest article Vaughn Berkeley!!!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Lakeytha, thank you for your kind feedback on my latest article, “Change Your Day Please.” I appreciate you taking the time to stop by and leave a comment. Looking forward to reading your writing too. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Anthony Miller says:

    Hey!!!! Just read Change Your Day Please. Absolutely the best thing you can possibly do. In fact, that’s the ONLY thing we can do. All the regrets in the world won’t change it, so do what you can to make positive change going forward. Great read. Shared 5x!!!!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Anthony for your enthusiastic note. Indeed, living too long in the past is not productive. We should look to what we can do now to make a difference in the future. Thanks again for your support. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Claudette McFADDEN says:

    Hi Vaughn, I’ve just read and shared your article “change your day please” – it’s a great read – thanks for the tips you shared – I’ll be sure to practice them….

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Claudette for your wonderful words of support. I appreciate you for that. I think you’ll enjoy the sunrises the best. Stop by and drop me a note when you see one… 🙂 ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Irene Andrejczuk says:

    Hi Vaughn – Read and happily shared, “Change Your Day Please “….I try to live only in the NOW…it’s a much better place to be. Another GREAT contribution to this platform!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Irene for your kind words. I really appreciate you for that. And I’ll most definitely check out your article as well. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Rhona Bachan says:

    Hi Vaughn, Love your article: WATCH OVER ME

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Rhona, my friend. Thanks for stopping by and leaving me your note. It is always a pleasure to hear from you. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Marty Hynes says:

    I love your stuff Vaughn Berkeley (Author)! You bless me every week brotha! I gladly shared Abundance Manifested. My latest is about being the GREATNESS that God has created us for.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Marty, you are the most amazing reader. Every time I read your comment it is so filled with enthusiasm. Wow. Thanks so much for reading my piece. I’m grateful that you received a blessing. I’ll defintiely check out your piece. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Dee Sarwan says:

    Gratitude speaks abundance Vaughn Berkeley (Author) offers 3 simple ideas to practice.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Dee! Thanks so much for reading my piece and sharing it. I am really grateful to you for that. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Limor Markman says:

    Hey Vaughn, Abundance is everywhere and all you need to do is choose to see it – I really loved your last article and shared it multiple times. I’m now your latest fan and I look forward to your upcoming content!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Limor, thank you for your kind words and your support. I really appreciate you and am grateful for your receiving good from reading the words I have written. I look forward to engaging with you more and will have a look at your writings too. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • David Dailey says:

    Vaughn, Abundance Manifested is a great article on knowing what abundance is based on. Shared it.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear David, thank you for checking out my article and your kind words. I truly appreciate you. Thank you for sharing it too. Have a nice day. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Kenneth Shores says:

    I read your article and agree with what you wrote. I will also share it. Have you read my latest article? ~ Kenneth Shores

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hi Kenneth, thank you for reading my article and your kind words. You may share my article if you feel so inclined and believe it will be helpful to those in your circle. Have a nice day. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Debra Reynolds says:

    I love the way you gently but firmly share the truth, Vaughn. Thank you.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Debra, you do honour me with your kind words. I am humbled by them. I do spend time in meditation struggling and wrestling with how to be true to the message without coming off as prideful. I am grateful for your words of encouragement. Thank you, my friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Shari Reinhart says:

    Really enjoy reading your ideas and thoughts – likeminded people, we are! When we function from an abundance mindset rather than one from lack we attract more abundance. Anyone who has that experience will agree!!! Thanks for the readsss

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Shari, your words do bring joy to my heart this morning. I was just looking out my window pondering life and my email and saw your note. Brought a smile and you know I’m using it in my email to fans later. 🙂 Thank you for your kind words and support. Wishing you a great weekend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Laurisa Reyes says:

    Thanks for your article about abundance. I think abundance is definitely a frame of mind. My parents taught me simply to be grateful. When are grateful for what we have, it diminishes our attention on what we don’t have. 🙂 Shared!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Laurisa, you’re an amazing lady. Thank you for stopping by and reading my article. I agree with you, it starts in the mind. Your parents knew one of the keys for sure. Gratitude is so important. Take care my friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Rhonda Crockett Logue, MSW says:

    I shared your wonderful article. So grateful for your articles!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Rhonda, thank you for checking out my articles and for your kind words. I am grateful that I am able to write words that speak to your heart. Thank you for sharing your thoughts with me. Keep in touch. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Teresa Reitnauer says:

    I shared your article “Change your day please.”

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thank you Teresa for taking the time to read my article and for leaving your comment. I appreciate you for that. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Rhona Bachan says:

    Hi Vaughn,
    I see we follow Anthony Robins. Yup I learnt a tremendous amount from him.
    Love your article: ABUNDANCE MANIFESTED. It does work & I’m proof of it. I used to go around thinking I never had enough money to buy what I wanted (was paid as Asst Manager of a Bank) & complained to myself that everything was so expensive. One day, my nephew (14yrs) said to me “Aunty Rhona you are rich.” I replied: “rich in spirit & good looks & the money will come” . He argued with me that I was rich for several reasons. That was my shift in mindset. I put everything I owned on paper & it was mind-boggling at what I had …& thought I did not have. This further enhanced my shift. The less you think about money & be contented, thankful & charitable the money flows.
    Thank you for writing this article & gladly shared it

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Rhona, thank you so much for sharing your testimony of how you experienced a mindshift on abundance. Your nephew was so right. It’s amazing the clarity kids seem to have at times. Now you can appreciate your richness in spirit, in good looks, in family, in life, and even the money. It is a blessing to be able to do that. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Stephen Berkeley says:

    A well written discourse. Most people do not realize that contentment is a habit that has to be cultivated. Consequently, as with all seeds committed for growth (aka cultivated), there is a gestation period. Cares of this life coupled with impatience, deprive most people of the benefits of contentment.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks for your comment on the article, Stephen. I appreciate your thoughtful comment and feedback. Be sure to check out my other articles. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Warren Bull says:

    Hi Vaughn, Disease like Altzhimers are terrible robbing people of memory

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hi Warren, it’s really great to hear from you. It’s been a while since we connected. Yes, you are so right. That disease is such a terrible thing. I hope that the memories you create today will be fond ones tomorrow. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Vaughn Berkeley (Author) always love your content. Thank you for putting such great things out there, especially this month!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Danny, it is great to hear from you. It’s a been a little while since we connected. Thanks so much for your kind words of support. I am humbled and grateful for them. I’m delighted that my pieces touched you. This month, all those pieces I put out were not on my original plan because I have a plan for the month, a theme, I’d like to cover but it seems that Yah had other plans for me to write words needed for some. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Sandra Barnhart says:

    Vaughn shares a fresh perspective on what Abundance means and it’s relationship to Contentment. Thanks Vaughn!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Sandra, thank you so much for your kind words and your support. I really appreciate you for that. I’m glad you saw my fresh perspective. I try to take an out of the box approach to life issues. 🙂 Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Gary Dwyer says:

    Lovely article this week Vaughn Berkeley (Author) Memories and experiences are timeless… I am getting married to my beautiful lady next Friday and looking forward immensely to the memory we are creating…. Keep up the good work…. Gary x

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Gary, Thanks for reading my article and your kind words of support. I really appreciate you and your words. Congratulations on finding a special lady to be your mate. One word of marital advice I shared with an associate years ago, I’ll share with you. Never let an argument last more than a day. Reconcile before the day ends and offer the olive branch of peace that day because none of owns tomorrow and it would hurt more if a spouse passed away in the night and the last memory you have is an argument. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Jody Holmes says:

    Hey Vaughn. I just read your article “The Time In-Between” and shared it 5x. In recent years I have become much more aware of how precious my time on the amazing planet Earth is and I truly value and appreciate every second I have. One great thing about appreciating every second is that even memories about the simplest things can bring you joy when reminiscing. I want to help others achieve a baseline of inner peace and contentment so that they can appreciate every moment and realize that everything else that happens in their lives that brings them additional joy is an amazing bonus. “If you can learn to be happy with nothing, you will have achieved all that you will ever need to.” ~ Jody Holmes.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Jody, Thanks for your great feedback bro! I like the way you think about appreciating every second you have. I believe it is a worthy goal to help others achieve a baseline of inner peace and contentment so they can appreciate every moment. Keep at it and of course, be sure to write and let us know how it goes. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Teresa Reitnauer says:

    I loved your article “The Time In Between.” You are so right that most of us forget the mundane or try to block out the bad times in our lives. These times are just as important in who we are as the best of times. I am going to make an effort remember the in between times.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Teresa, Thank you so much for reading my article and for your kind words of support. I appreciate you. I wish you much success as you take the time to remember the in-between times. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Jacquie Kaufman-Ludwick says:

    Dear Vaughn, I loved this article reminding us to remember each day as a special one. I agree that where there is life there is hope. The tragedy is when a person feels hopeless and looses his reason to live. This,I believe is the great tradgedy of our times. So many feel hopeless they seek refuge in arenas that take their negativity and propel it to suicide. Guiding these individual already vulnerable,to think that taking life is the help and answer that they are seeking.We live in a sad world where the beauty of living and breathing is not appreciated for what it is. Thanks for making us remember the times in between.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Jacquie, thanks so much for reading my article and for your kind words of support. I appreciate you. I agree with you that a great tragedy of our times is for a person to feel hopeless and lose the reason to live. And as authors, we have to bring the issues to the forefront and sound hope to those who read our words. Looking forward to engaging with you more. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Kristine Kruszelnicki says:

    I definitely don’t get up early (I’m a night hawk – if you see me on here early in the morning it’s because I haven’t gone to bed yet!) but overall some good advice from Vaughn Berkeley (Author)

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Kristine for reading my piece and sharing your thoughts. I appreciate you for that. Keep writing. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Sarah Coolidge says:

    Yay! As usual, Vaughn Berkeley (Author) rocks it!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Aww, Sarah, you’re one awesome lady. Thanks for being one of excited supporters and a friend. Wishing you a good day as you enjoy your time, in-between. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Irene Mielke says:

    Hi Vaughn. I finally got around to reading your articles this morning. Always on point. Always excellent. You’re a great writer. Keep empowering us all with your wisdom.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Irene, thank you for your beautiful note. You’re one of my fav fans and I have lots of you out there. Love hearing from you. Thanks for your support. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Nathalie Choo-Foo says:

    Great tips in “Change Your Day Please” Vaughn Berkeley (Author) .

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Nathalie, thank you so much for your comments and support. Glad you found a few tips to your liking. Looking forward to reading your articles soon. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Kasey Cox says:

    Love Trevor Noah and his book is a must read. Great job!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Kasey for your kind words and support. Appreciate your encouragement. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Laurisa Reyes says:

    Enjoyed your review of Born a Crime. I’ll have to check it out.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Laurisa, thanks for your kind words and encouragement. Definitely read it, you’ll find lots of laughter and life lessons. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Kevin Coolidge says:

    Enjoyed your review of Trevor Noah’s book. I’ve been meaning to read it. Love his show.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Kevin, I love his shows too. You should check out this book for sure. You’ll enjoy his humour in it. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Rhona Bachan says:

    Hi Vaughn,
    You review for BORN A CRIME was very interesting. This is the part which I find the most hilarious: “Grandmother replied, “I can’t hit him, because I don’t know how to hit a white child. A black child I understand. A black child, you hit them and they stay black. Trevor, when you hit him, he turns blue and green and yellow and red. I’ve never seen those colours before. I’m scared I’m going to break him…” It peaked my interest to read this book

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Rhona, it’s so great that you stopped by. It’s been a little while since we connected. There are lots of other funny moments like that in the book. You’ll enjoy it. Thanks for your words of encouragement and support. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • David Dailey says:

    Vaughn, Great review of “Born A Crime”. Having lived all over the world, I find it interesting how cultures select who will get special treatment and who will be the “whipping boys”.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey David, I’d be interested to learn more about the things you’ve seen around the world in that regard. I hope you’ll write a piece on it and leave me the link when you do. Thanks for reading my piece and your kind words of support. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Beth Childress says:

    Vaughn, I just read your book review about Trevor Noah. Warm, touching and comical are three words that come to mind when I think about how you presented his book. Thank you for sharing this review. I thoroughly enjoyed it and can see why many people would want to read the book!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thank you dear Beth for your kind words and your support. I missed you for a while. It’s great to see you back. Your note made my smile today. Have a good day friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Gary Dwyer says:

    Hey Vaughn Berkeley (Author) my friend, hope you have had a fabulous week up to now. “Born a Crime” is an excellent review. The book is now on my list.. Thanks for sharing…. Take Care… Gary

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Gary, my brother from another mother! Glad you liked my review and know you will enjoy the comical aspects of the book. I suspect you and your bride to be will be pretty busy this week with many last minute details. Have a great week. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Claudette McFadden says:

    Hi Vaughn, I love your review on Trevor’s book – It peeks the reader’s interest and leaves a spark….now you make me want to go out and buy this book – great read….I’ve read and shared your article – see you around the platform

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Claudette, I do so appreciate your kind words and support. It is really an interesting one. And Trevor has the audiobook as well so you can listen to it. Thanks again for your support. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Rhonda Crockett Logue, MSW says:

    Hi Vaughn, I enjoyed reading your article. I’m interested in reading the book.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Rhonda, thank you for checking out my piece and for your feedback. I do appreciate you for that. I think you’ll enjoy it and get a few giggles along the way. Let’s stay engaged friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Trina Ann Pion says:

    Hi Vaughn!

    I just read your latest article, the review on “Born a Crime.” I have read that book and loved it. Shared your piece 5x.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Trina Ann, thank you so much for reading my article and your feedback. I really appreciate you for that. Hey, I’m glad you read the book too. It was very funny. Let’s stay engaged on here. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • stephanie reed says:

    This sounds like a great book…thanks for the review Vaughn! “Review: Born A Crime”

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Stephanie, thanks so much for stopping by and reading my review. You’re most welcome. I’m glad I was able to share part of what I felt was good about it. You’ll enjoy it. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Beth Childress says:

    I enjoyed your most recent article. Congratulations on it being selected as top article. Woo Hoo.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Beth, thank you for sharing feedback. I’m glad you enjoyed my review article Trevor Noah’s book, Born a Crime. Thanks also for sharing my latest article, “The Roof Fell Down” Looking forward to reading your pieces soon. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Gary Dwyer says:

    Great article once again this week my friend Vaughn Berkeley (Author) “We are all doing the best we can” is so true and what we should all strive to do which is one of the things I love about this community. Huge Congratulations for last weeks article reaching the top 5, an accolade well deserved and achieved because of your consistency and enthusiasm in helping others… Keep up doing what you are doing…. Gary

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey friend Gary, you do honour me with your kind words. I am grateful for your support and kindness. Hope you had a wonderful time with your new bride this weekend. Can’t wait to see the pics once you both settle down into a regular routine again. And more important, can’t wait to read your article about it. 🙂 Have a great day Gary. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Kasey Cox says:

    Enjoyed your article this week Vaughn

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Kasey for reading my piece. Glad you enjoyed it and grateful for your feedback. I appreciate it. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Kevin Coolidge says:

    Great article this week Vaughn. Keep it up

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Kevin, thanks for your support and encouragement. I am grateful for your feedback. I shall do my best. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Rhona Bachan says:

    Hi Vaughn,
    Love your writing skills. Glad to know you & the family are safe & sound. From what I understand there was severe winds in Toronto as well as in Montreal.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hi Rhona, you’re too kind. Be careful because your admiration of my work may get to my head. (smile). It was some scary stuff indeed but thankful we made it through. Take care my friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • David Dailey says:

    Vaughn, your “The Roof Fell Down” brings to life those things that happen to all of us. The things that except for the hand of God, we could have found ourselves in even more dire predicaments. I appreciate your article, and the humor in the guy under the bed.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey David, you are so correct. We live by the grace and mercy of our creator. Really appreciate your feedback and glad you liked my attempt at humour in the guy under the bed. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Marty Hynes says:

    Congratulations Vaughn Berkeley (Author) on making the top 5 last week and for producing another wonderful article this week. Yes – the show must go on! We get one shot at life, so make it happen.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Marty, thanks for dropping by and for your note. I do so appreciate your feedback and your energy. I’ll do my best to make it happen too. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Irene Mielke says:

    Hi Vaughn. I loved your article: “Review: Born A Crime.” I saw an interview with him and Oprah. He’s so funny. Did you know he can speak like six languages or something? He is quite the comedian with quite the intelligence and he has a lifetime of struggles that he found the positive road in all of them. He’s quite an inspiration.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Irene, it is so wonderful to see your comment. Hope things are going well with you. Yes, the interview with him on Oprah was funny and interesting. I’m glad you loved my article and review of Trevor’s book. You should definitely read it as you’ll enjoy his humour in the way he grew up. Thanks again for your kind words and support. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Laurisa Reyes says:

    “The Roof Feel Down” is a good reminder that 1) most things that happen in life are out of our control, 2) don’t worry about it, and 3) miracles do happen.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Laurisa, you are so right! Thanks for reading my piece and for your three reminders. I’m glad you saw those things and I do wish more people will see the same as well. It’s such a pleasure to hear from you. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Anthony Miller says:

    Hello!!! Just read The Roof Fell Down. First, congratulations on your article making the top this week. Very nice. Also, very happy to hear that you and your family made it there safely and were able to enjoy the show. You’re right, we do need to understand who is truly in control and have the right faith in what He has planned. Nice read.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Anthony, thanks for your kind words of support bro! I hope that you are making some progress on answers to your questions on your book project. Be sure to keep me in the loop. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Miranda Casiano says:

    Congratulations on getting top newest article Vaughn Berkeley (Author) =)

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Miranda, thanks so much for your kind words of support. I really appreciate them and you. Hope you’re having a great time. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Sara Thomas says:

    I hope actually know that we will stay in contact with each other on here, and get to know more about each other. I always love your articles.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Sara for your kind words of support. I believe we will definitely stay connected online. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Rhonda Crockett Logue, MSW says:

    A Beautiful article Vaughn! I’m so sorry for your loss. When my son transitioned, my life was changed forever and the biggest change was doing what brings me happiness now instead of putting it off for another day. You shared great advice about going through the grieving process. I have found peace knowing that my boy walks beside me in life cheering me on. Your friend is by your side as well. Blessings!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Rhonda for stopping by and reading my piece. Sorry to hear about your son. And I am glad that you found peace. I am growing through this experience and I am thankful for fans and friends like you. Take care my friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Rhona Bachan says:

    Hi Vaughn, This is a very powerful article which touches my heart & soul. I relate to it very closely

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Rhona, thank you so much for reaching out and for letting me know my piece touched you. You’re an awesome lady. I hope you’re enjoying more sunsets. Take care my friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • David Dailey says:

    Vaughn, grief over the loss of a loved one (including special friends) is a pain that can last for a long time. One of the ways I have chosen to deal with such grief is to remember the good times with that person, and yes in some cases, with that special pet. Your suggested ways of dealing with the grief are much appreciated.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear David, thank you for your feedback on my article and for your experience in dealing with grief by remembering the good times with the person. I’ll try that. I appreciate you for your kindness. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Marty Hynes says:

    @Vaughn Berkeley I always look forward to and appreciate your articles. What Did Not Meet You is excellent my friend!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Marty, Thanks for your kind words Bro! I do so love your energy and enthusiasm. I’m glad you liked this piece and am sure your fans will appreciate it as well. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Laurisa Reyes says:

    Vaughn, I loved your last “A Year to Change the World.” I’m taking you up on your challenge. 🙂

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Laurisa, thank you for your feedback. I really appreciate you. Glad you liked my article. Since you’re taking me up on the challenge, might I suggest you join my FB group created to support us do that one thing! It’s https://www.facebook.com/groups/2087321854888873/. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Marty Hynes says:

    A Year to Change The World… Let’s do this!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Marty, I hear you bro! I really appreciate you. Glad you’re ready to do this! Since you’re taking me up on the challenge, might I suggest you join my FB group created to support us do that one thing! It’s https://www.facebook.com/groups/2087321854888873/. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Gay Taraby says:

    Vaughn Berkeley Publisher – you are an amazing writer!! I shared your articles 5x. Thank you for this fabulous article.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Gay, you do honour me with your kind words and your support. I appreciate you. Thank you for your encouragement. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Sara Thomas says:

    Vaughn, I love how this article makes you think that at a young age bias thoughts are becoming a habit, but when you learn new information your biases can change to another point of view. It is true what you said when you do learn new information at any age your mind can change. That is why it is important to always learn about new and everything you can. I loved the story you told because it shows how perceptions can change. Another great article!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Sara, thank you for your kind words and your support. I really appreciate you. You make a very interesting observation and it shows that we can always learn new and improved NWBs with new input. Hence the guide to renew your mind daily. Have a great day friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Marty Hynes says:

    I loved the NWB Vaughn Berkeley (Author)!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Marty, you’re awesome buddy! Thanks for your support and for your friendship. Hope things are going well with you. You’re writing some nice piece too. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Julaina Kleist-Corwin says:

    I enjoyed your article and the quote from Maria Montessori. I used to teach Montessori for about 12 years.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Julaina, thank you for your support and for your kind note. Wow, you were a Montessori teacher. That is awesome. I firmly believe that it is an essential part of children’s education from 2 to 9 years old. They become highly independant learners, don’t you think? I even remember that a couple of the founders of Google were in Montessori when they were young. Have a great day friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Beth Childress says:

    Loved and shared your latest article! It was rich with beautiful vulnerability as well as practical suggestions on how to manage difficult life circumstances. Thanks for writing it 🙂

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Beth, you are too kind. You’re such an awesome fan. I hope one day I’ll meet you in person (on my book tour or maybe yours). Thanks for the note and I’m glad you’re doing well and expecting your book soon. I’m looking forward to all the details. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Kevin Coolidge says:

    Shared your latest on Father’s Day. My latest is a short story on Father’s Day

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Kevin, thank you so much for your kind words about my latest piece. I appreciate you. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Gabrielle Brito says:

    Great article Vaughn “The Love Of A Father” was happy to share it.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Gabrielle, it’s been a while since we connected. Great to see you again. Thanks for your feedback on my article. I really appreciate you. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Victor Cartagena says:

    “The Love of a father” was such a good read on such a special day!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Victor, it is great to hear from you again. It’s been a while. How have you been? Thank you for your feedback. I appreciate you. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Teresa Reitnauer says:

    “The Love of a Father” was a good read and was happy to share.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Teresa, my friend, glad you enjoyed this piece. I really appreciate you. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Sara Thomas says:

    It is so sad that this is true for so many children and it also breaks me heart also. But I love how Vaughn shows parents a way to give the child what they need through some great advice. It is very important for a child to have a stable father figure in their life because it shapes them in so many ways. I love that you wrote about his issue and needs to be brought into the light more. Great job Vaughn!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Sara, it is really good to hear from you. You are so right. It is heartbreaking. I love that you love that I wrote about this issue. I’m delighted to be able to write words that touch the heart of my fans. Take care my friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Trina Ann Pion says:

    “The Love of a Father” was an emotional read. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Thanks for writing it. Shared several times.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thank you Trina Ann for your kind comments. I’m glad it moved your emotions and I do love speaking to the heart of my fans. I appreciate you. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Debra Reynolds says:

    In “The Love of a Father” you have put your finger on something I had not been able to put words to. Growing up in rural America, we used to have the same feeling as you describe in your thoughts after Question #2. Others may disagree, but I know that the adults in my life, over and over, stepped up to offer advice and correction when one of us was “going wrong” in a small or large way. It’s sad to see that disappearing! Thanks, Vaughn.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Debra, it has been a little while since you and I last connected. How are you these days? I’m really glad to learn that you experienced the community parenting I described in my thoughts after question 2. Life was so much better then bcause you had an entire community watching out for children as a barrier against mischief and acts of caring love. It is sad to see that disappearing indeed. Make sure you spread the word to others. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Marty Hynes says:

    I’m always learning something from you Vaughn Berkeley (Author) and appreciate your articles. Happy belated Father’s Day to you my brother!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Marty, my brotha from another mother! It’s great to get your feedback. You words do warm my heart. Thank you for the father’s day wishes and same to you. Congrats on your recent pieces as well. Keep writing. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Gary Dwyer says:

    Lovely touching piece this week Vaughn Berkeley (Author) and one I can relate to on several emotional levels.. Your work certainly gives people food for thought. I’m glad I can refer to you as a friend…. Gary

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Gary, how are you friend? How was the wedding? Still waiting to see a few pics. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by and reading my latest article. I’m delighted that my piece touched you “on several emotional levels.” I also appreciate your kind words that my work certainly gives people food for thought. I think if I can speak to your heart and the hearts of my beloved fans, we can all make our world a little bit better. Perhaps you will find inspiration in my piece to help you be closer with your daughter. I will say a pray for you both. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Jacquie Kaufman-Ludwick says:

    I agree with you, a father is a father that put in effort and time to
    Build a relationship with a child. Biology is meaningless when time is not part of the picture. My heart goes out Yom the fatherless children and hope that the community can pick up the void. It “does take a village to bring up a child “. Great thoughts Vaughn I enjoyed reading your article

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Jacquie, thank you for your note and your support. Indeed, the time and effort taken to be there in the life of a growing child is more meaningful than just contributing DNA and not being there. Hopefully we can have more people take up the responsibilty to be a parent to other children in the community. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Rhona Bachan says:

    Hi Vaughn,
    I just read your article: THE LOVE OF A FATHER. It touches my core & made me have a deeper understanding of love, affairs, parenting, shame & despair…plus much more
    My thoughts are no wonder in North America there are so many mental disorder among children as the village is missing

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Rhona, thank you for stopping by and leaving me your feedback on my article. I’m delighted that this piece has given you a deeper understanding of love, affairs, parenting, shame & despair and more. I do believe your conclusions are correct that North America may be experiencing mental health issues among children because the village is missing from their lives. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Kevin Coolidge says:

    Like your latest Vaughn.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Kevin for stopping by and your feedback. Appreciate it. ~ Love, Vaughn.

  • Kasey Cox says:

    Hello Vaughn. I enjoyed your latest article.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Kasey for stopping by and your feedback. I appreciate it. ~ Love, Vaughn.

  • Jacquie Kaufman-Ludwick says:

    Thank you Vaughn for telling the whole truth ! I agree with your conclusions and think that you are Spot On!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Jacquie, my friend. It’s good to hear from you. Thank you for your kind words of support. I shall continue to give my fans the whole truth! Spread the word so others can chew on the things I discuss. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Sara Thomas says:

    Vaughn, you are spot on when it comes to the populations and we need to know the truth. We need to know our children will be ok and that they will have a safe and happy life. It is scary thinking how much those populations reproduce and can take over other cultures and erase it as if it was never there. It scares me that people really don’t think about other people and how it will affect their country, their city, and the world. I love what you wrote and I think it is a very important topic that needs to be shared. Again you are spot on about the sexuality you see on tv and what Disney stars grow up and do. I love this!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Sara, you’re awesome. Thank you for your very long and thoughtful feedback. I appreciate you. I’m glad you love my piece because the discussion has begin among local communities. I think this piece just gives a little sampling of the wider discussions that need to take place. As writers, we are the ones to kindle the spark to get the conversation going. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Kristine Kruszelnicki says:

    Shared your latest! This piece is… Spot on! Really, so much good stuff in this article. It hits on so many different important topics, from parenting to population worries to corporate food waste. Well done Vaughn!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Kristine, it seems that everyone is using that phrase “spot on” now. Glad you like this piece. I’m glad to open up the discussion about these three important points for sure. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Kristine Kruszelnicki says:

    I shared your NWB post too. It was interesting for sure! 🙂

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Kristine for your feedback. Glad you found it interesting. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Erica Ligocki says:

    Hi Vaughn, I just read your call to holiness. I love that you’re standing up for what is right when we see much corruption all around us. The only thing I would suggest is seeing it more from a post-cross perspective. 🙂 When we understand how God looks at us, we will be encouraged to live out of the holiness that is God’s power working through us, rather than us striving to be holy. Good article tho!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Erica for your kind support. I really appreciate you for that. Your comment re a post-cross look at the working of Yah in us via his Spirit is definitely one I take into consideration. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Debra Reynolds says:

    Vaughn, your piece SPOT ON had me mentally applauding! What a great piece! I agree.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Debra, Thank you for your awesome support and I appreciate your applause. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Allen Buck says:

    I enjoyed, “Winter Cabin,” Vaughn Berkeley. You’ve got me hooked. When’s the next installment? I liked the painting too. You certainly are multi-talented.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Allen, thank you for your kind feedback on my little attempt into story telling. I’m sure you’re going to like the next installment in the story. Thanks for your feedback on my painting. I guess I do have a little talent for it. It’s more a fun activity with my boys. They are much better than I am. Let’s stay in touch. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Kristine Kruszelnicki says:

    I love that you not only wrote a great story (or are writing, since the story is not yet complete) but it’s pretty awesome that you did the painting for your story as well. Multi-talented you are! 😀

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Kristine, thanks for your feedback on my story. I’m glad you liked it. It’s coming along. I’m also glad to know you liked my painting. Looking forward to engaging with you more. Take care, Love, Vaughn

  • Beth Childress says:

    Vaughn Berkeley, “Mystery Forest” is a treat. I have been enjoying your fiction teasers lately!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Beth, I missed you! Glad to see you found my piece again. You’re one of my superfans! I’m glad you like my little attempt at writing fiction pieces. I’m looking forward to seeing your book come out soon. Take care my friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Erica Ligocki says:

    Hi Vaughn, I enjoyed your article about promises. It’s so true that promises start with our parents. We rely on them so much when we are younger. Also, it is especially important to keep integrity in business deals, especially because deceitfulness is plentiful in the business world. Great article! Integrity begins with keeping promises. This allows our yes to be yes and our no to be no (Matthew 5:37).

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Erica, thank you for checking out my latest piece and your awesome feedback. Yes, promises and parent are where we first place value on keeping our word. It is a habit formed at a young age that carries through a lifetime. Indeed we should let our yes be yes and our no be no. Take care my friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Marty Hynes says:

    @Vaughn Berkeley Unkept Promises is spot on my friend. Thanks for being so bold to speak the truth my friend.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Marty!!! You da man! How’s your book project? Thanks for your feedback on my article. I never consider myself bold, really. I just say what needs to be said at the right time to hopefully build up someone in my sphere of influence. Truth seems like a bold thing in these times but to our great grandparents knew it was just a normal thing. Take care buddy. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • David Dailey says:

    Vaughn, I read and enjoyed “Unkept Promises”. It is sad, but the day of a man’s word being his promise is gone; however, I believe our word or our bond should still be our goal, our promise.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey David, indeed our word is our bond is a high standard these days it seems. Even that expression seems like it’s about 50 years old already. But we’ve got to bring it back the best way we can. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Miranda Casiano says:

    Hi Vaughn! I loved your article on promises. I’ve been thinking about the best way to serve as a coach and I’ve realized that I need to scale back on the number of people I want to serve in a month. It is far better to help 10 people make a permanent change for the better rather than spreading myself thin with hundreds of clients.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Heyyy Miranda, thanks for your note. You’re awesome and I’m glad it spoke to you. Also, I agree with your choice to scale down your business to deliver your promise to 10 people who you can work with rather than spread yourself too thin working with hundreds of clients. It’s prudent. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Rhonda Crockett Logue says:

    Thank you for sharing your article about unkept promises. I value honesty and when promises are broken in all aspects of life, business, relationships, etc. it is bothersome to me!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Rhonda, I know right… It bothers a lot of people but I think lots of people bottle it up and become bitter about it instead of trying to work on a remedy with the person. It’s a part of life that we need to adjust to now like fake news… *sigh* Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Jacquie Kaufman-Ludwick says:

    Dear Vaughn, I am old enough to remember a time when a promise was a meaningful bond between people. Now legal contracts are not a strong enough commitment. It is sad that our children and grandchildren live in a time were there is little trust, loyalty or commitment . There are so many who live with little or no faith in anything. To bad your very important article will be not understood or adhered to. I am kissing my faith in GoRead also

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Jacquie, thanks for your wonderful feedback. You indeed have the pleasure of knowing a simpler time when deals were done on word of mouth and a handshake. I think our children and grandchildren live in more trying times. The article will be well received by the ones who need to hear the message, I believe. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Dwight Johnson says:

    Hello Vaughn, I really enjoyed your article Winter Cabin. Keep up the good work. Dwight Johnson

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Dwight for your feedback. Appreciate it. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Stephanie Reed says:

    Nice article Vaughn, “Never Say That.” I love how bold you were in taking that stance! Great job!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thank you Stephanie for your kind words and your support. I don’t think I was taking a bold stance. lol. I’m just expressing thoughts and Ideas that need to be expressed to give us food for thoughts. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Laurisa Reyes says:

    Hi Vaughn. Your post “Never Say That” reminded me of what’s happening here in the USA with liberals doing everything they can to silence conservatives. They succeeded for eight years, but now that the tables are turned and a Republican is president, they have increased their efforts by using threats and every nasty tactic you can imagine. Not that all conservatives are innocent. Too many people refuse to listen to or even accept the existence of those with opposing views.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Laurisa, thanks for your support and wonderful feedback. Yes, it seems like your democrats are getting more intolerant toward your conservatives. It is really sad how much division is taking place in the USA. I fear it will get much worst by design until normal people are so frustrated that they will settle for any middle ground peace solution. Time will tell how it all plays out. By the way, I tried to email you a couple times and tried to DM you on twitter but you not following me. Want you opinion on a fantasy book I’m working on. PM me. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Marty Hynes says:

    Never Say That Vaughn Berkeley (Author) is a great article. Truth hurts. It has stung me a time or two. BTW keep me in your prayers brother as I launch my book and Project19 Building BIGGER – BETTER – STRONGER – MEN this fall. I appreciate your work my friend!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Marty, you’re an inspiration dude. You’re always so happy it is amazing. I’ll have the family say a special prayer for you and your book project. Also, if you want me to do a review of it, pm me and let’s discuss. Take care buddy. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Debra Reynolds says:

    Good article, Vaughn, and the painting was lovely as well. Is the artist your son?

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Debra, my super fan! Really glad you enjoyed my article, “Never Say That”. Yes, the Canadian artist is my son. He’s got some talent that kid, even if I am a bit biased as his dad. 🙂 Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Jacquie Kaufman-Ludwick says:

    Dear Vaughn, as usual I not only agreed with most of your article and learned more historical facts, but I am not sure who Yah is. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and as far as I am concerned I would rather have all the profanities our of our movies, tv shows, books and music. I agree with Grandmother!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thank you for your comment my friend Jacquie. I think you must have had a wonderful youth and I find myself thinking that I’m an old soul. We can both agree that grandmother knew a few good things about good behaviour. Take care. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Debra Reynolds says:

    Excellent piece, Unkept Promises. Keep holding up that flag of truth and being an example in this broken world!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Debra, my awesome supporter! Thank you for you ongoing support. It’s like you holding up my arms while I keep holding up the flag. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Irene Andrejczuk says:

    Hi Vaughn – Really enjoyed your piece, “Unkept Promises”…so i gladly shared it. Integrity is something I value highly as a professional and it would be challenging to be noted as someone with integrity if I were to break promises. GREAT article! My latest is “Sitting in Silence CAN change your life.”… 🙂

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Irene, thanks for stopping by and your kind feedback. Really appreciate it. I’ll be sure to check out your piece. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Erica Ligocki says:

    Hi Vaughn, I just read, “Don’t say that.” I completely agree with Laurisa that this can be related to the conservatives and the liberals, but also to anyone who feels they have a message. It can be hard to preach the truth at times but knowng the truth is what’s going to set people free. Good job!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Erica, thank you for your insightful comments and feedback. Appreciate it. By the way, the article I wrote was “Never Say That.” Laurisa made a typo when she was leaving her comment. Indeed it is hard to speak the truth at times but that is what leads to freedom. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Laurisa Reyes says:

    Mystery forest…Oh, if only kids would realize how dangerous lies can be.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Laurisa, I’m glad you’re liking the Mystery Forest piece I wrote. Yes, if only kids would learn. Thanks for your feedback. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Rhonda Crockett Logue says:

    Hi Vaughn, thank you for sharing your last article. We all learn and grow😊

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Rhonda, Thanks for your comment. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Anthony Miller says:

    Hey!!! Just read The Time Was Short. Thank you for the reminder both to be thankful for everything we have and that God can change and elevate us in a moment. I think we could all do to remember that sometimes. Thank you for posting that when I needed to see it.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Anthony, thank you for stopping by and for your awesome feedback. Indeed in a moment Yah can chage everything and elevate us. I’m humbled that I was able to post the message you needed to see. Take care friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Irene Andrejczuk says:

    Hi Vaughn – I SOoooo enjoyed your piece, “The Time Was Short”…and happily shared it 2x. Bless those who can see the positive in everything and are able to shine their light…:-)

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Irene, I’m delighted you SOoooo enjoyed my piece, “The Time Was Short.” I really wanted a piece that could speak to hearts and I think that one did it. Thanks for your feedback. I appreciate you. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Sara Thomas says:

    Vaughn, your article, The Time was Short, truly touched my heart. I felt like that story was about a part of my life, and I do hope others feel the same. We all need to stay positive because if we do not all the negative thoughts will bring us down and make us miserable. If we stay positive and are thankful for all that we have we will lead a more fulfilling life! Time is short and we should fulfill every moment of it that we can with happiness, love, thankfulness, gratitude because things could always be worse, embrace every moment we have and show our loved ones how much we love them, our friends how blessed we are to have them in our lives, and celebrate our own life because we are here to lead a fulfilling life. Always keep the light shining in our hearts and souls! I loved the story so much!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Sara! Thanks for your feedback my friend. I’m so glad my piece “The Time Was Short” touched your heart. You make some great points. Indeed let us all endeavour to keep the light shining in our hearts and souls. Take care my friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Beth Childress says:

    Loved your latest piece “The Time Was Short.” We can all learn from the poor little pigeon. This is a beautiful message!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Beth… my superfan. Been missing you! Thank you for your feedback. I’m glad you liked the poor little pigeon and the lesson in there. Keep in touch. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Debra Reynolds says:

    Excellent advice, Vaughn, in a very nice allegory. I have struggled with this very thing, thanks for the encouragement!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Debra, I am so thankful for your kind words and that my piece was able to speak to you and encourage you. Take care my friend. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Rhona Bachan says:

    Hi Vaughn, I knew there was a lesson to be learnt from your article: THE TIME WAS SHORT. Goodness you can write so very good

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Rhona! You got me.. I had to sneak a lesson in there. You know my writing has to have some kind of lesson to it. Glad you liked the story with the little pigeon and the dove. Be well. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • TrinaAnn Pion says:

    Hello, Vaughn!
    I just wanted to let you know that I read your piece “Be Emotionally Strong.” I liked it so much I shared it 3x!!! I definitely going to read more.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Trina Ann,
      Thanks for your comment and I’m glad to hear you liked it. You’re awesome. Have a great day. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

    This is our first session of 30 on heart. What really jumped out at you in this session? Focus only on this session because most likely, if you think something is missing, it will pop up in any one of the upcoming 29 sessions. I read and reply to every comment.

  • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

    Session 2! Leave your major ah-ha moment below. I read each comment.

  • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

    Session 3! Leave your major ah-ha moment below. I read each comment.

  • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

    Do you have a similar story of taking a long time to clear the air with your mother or father? Let me know in this comment section.

  • All the buzz over the last couple of days has been centered around the destruction of the historic building. Vaughn Berkeley, while he acknowledges the merit of giving to the restoration of the cathedral, reminds us of the importance of investing our money towards that which cannot be destroyed by human hands.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Beth for your awesome comment. It’s so great to see you on again. Yes, I felt it was important to not let us forget that we do need to focus on investing our money toward things which cannot be destroyed with human hands. I wish more folks had a heart for that. We’d have wonderful and thriving communities. I live in hope. Take care my friend. Love, Vaughn.

  • Allison Waithe says:

    You shone a spotlight on a sad reality most of us hardly ever think about, Vaughan. How often we fail to store up treasures in heaven by helping our fellow man is truly mind boggling. I would be interested in finding out how you were able to set up a bursary to benefit others if you dont mind sharing that info.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hi Allison,

      Thank you for your feedback. I really appreciate you for that. Yes, indeed, we store up treasures in earthly places while neglecting the heavenly directive. The bursary I set up was through negotiation between the university and the student association. We set-up a perpetually fund that is funded by student enrolments. At the time we created the bursary fund back in 2002, enrolments were calculated at over 50,000 course per year. Thus we were generating $100,000 per year that goes toward bursaries. This program runs as long as the university is open and runs courses.

      Keep in touch.
      Love,
      Vaughn

  • Beth Childress says:

    I just read your beautiful, encouraging message. Thank you for God’s word!!!!! Thank you for taking time to encourage me. It helps to give me strength! Hope you have a wonderful day!

  • Liked the note Vaughn. Keep it up.

  • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

    I just love Maggie and Will. This story touches me every time.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Hey Christa, thank you for checking out my video and for your thumbs up encouragement. I really appreciate you for that and all my readers and fans. Have an awesome weekend.
      Love,
      Vaughn

  • Thanks, this is very good encouragement for our lives. You’d be a good mentor.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Maria, thank you very much for your kind words of encouragement. I really appreciate you for that. I pray that our heavenly father keeps you well. ~ Love, Vaughn

  • Maria parks says:

    I must say the young ones of today are moving on in life, more than those of my time. Congrats you all keep going, you’r doing good.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thank you Maria for your kind words and for your encouragement. We will surely keep doing more and creating more wonderful content to make the world a better place.

  • Joseph Mitchell says:

    Caleb because you have recognized that God has called you as he did young Samuel, and has chosen you to play a significant role in the lives of families, and children. And has now equipped you with 34 plus children’s books. And now your latest read along video designed by you to help very young children in their reading exercises. Many children will be motivated to learn to read more efficiently. God has been PREPARING you for what he has PREPARED FOR YOU. Caleb, I believe that GOD HAS ALLOWED YOU to be his servant in HOMES, SCHOOLS, AND CHURCHES in many communities within the homeland AND even internationally. Ladies And gentlemen, I present to Caleb Berkeley, the author of THIRTY FOUR Children’s Books AND A READ-A-LONG VIDEO. Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow. God bless you Caleb.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thank you Joe for for kind words of encouragrment. Praise our heavenly father for blessing the young man, Caleb. May Caleb indeed bless many families at home in Canada and Internationally with his great books and learning resources. Shalom.

  • You’re a wonderful team. I must say it’s great to know you. You choose a very good title. Keep trucking Berkeley team.✔️😇

    • Vaughn Berkeley,MBA says:

      Thank you Maria. Glad you like our little silent movie. We will be making lots more this year and it might
      be nicer in the springtime. Thanks for your support. Love, the Berkeley Family.

  • Maria parks says:

    I can’t find words to tell you [Caleb] how wonderful you are for your age. Nothing will stop you from reaching the top of any ladder you choose to climb. What a guy!

    • Vaughn Berkeley,MBA says:

      Thank you Maria for your kind words of support to Caleb. I pray those words are blessing from your lips to Yah’s ears that indeed Caleb will reach the top in any area of endeavor he chooses in life. May Yah bless the work of his hands. And may his family, friends, and support purchase from him to support his work and spread the word. 🙂 Love, Vaughn.

  • Beth Childress says:

    I’m so impressed. Yayyy! Well done. Very Impressed!

  • Ron Buhler says:

    Good work Caleb. Hopefully your cards will interest people, and particularly young people, in studying Scripture for themselves.

    • Vaughn Berkeley,MBA says:

      Thanks Ron. Caleb was very pleased to see your note. He will continue to do his part to inspire other youth. Love, Vaughn.

    • Vaughn Berkeley,MBA says:

      Thanks Sophie. Caleb appreciates your support. Love, Vaughn.

  • Great, he is so bless and gifted.This is very inspiring to young children. 🙏🏻👍

    • Vaughn Berkeley,MBA says:

      Thank you. Yes, all praise to the heavenly father who has give him a creative mind and a joy in being a creative person. Caleb wants to inspire other youths like himself too. Don’t forget to share this video with other parents and kids you know. Love, Vaughn.

  • Josh Peters says:

    Tell Caleb, keep unwrapping those packages and writing books!

    • Vaughn Berkeley,MBA says:

      Thanks Josh, I’ll be sure to let Caleb know and to keep encouraging him however I can.

  • ALLISON WAITHE says:

    Wow!! Caleb you are definitely the star of this show – what a bright and engaging young man. I am also very proud of you, Caleb, you are doing amazing things with your life. I pray that you will continue to learn and grow just like your dad Vaughn tells us.

    • Vaughn Berkeley,MBA says:

      Hey Allison, thank you for your wonderful words of encouragement and support for Caleb. He is delighted to keep doing the things which bring him joy and help him to help other youths. You will be hearing more from this young man, definitely. Take care. Love, Vaughn

  • P.D.Berkeley says:

    I am so inspired and proud to be prevy to your books edition.your video has demonstrated greatness and talent and I am sure you will go a long way. keep it going, the sky’s the limit.Caleb you are a star.

    • Vaughn Berkeley,MBA says:

      Dear P.D., Thank so much for your kind words of support. We really appreciate you! Caleb is all smiles and he appreciate everyone who leaves a word of encouragement for him. Look out for more good things from him soon.~ Love, Vaughn.

  • Caleb, you are such an amazing young man! I enjoyed watching you unbox your latest creation. Wow! Your enthusiasm is contagious and I just want you to know that you’re an inspiration to me 🙂 The relationship between you and your dad is so special. May Yah continue to keep you and lead you 🙂

    • Vaughn Berkeley,MBA says:

      Dear Lilyrose,
      Thank you so much for your kind words and comments. Caleb was all smiles when he read your note. He really loves to read the lovely notes from others. And I’m glad for your friendship and that Caleb can help inspire you too! He’ll be working on more stuff for 2020. Stay tuned for more informatio on his next creations.
      Shalom.
      Love,
      Vaughn

  • Wow!! Great Works, Caleb!!!
    Keep writing! You are a very creative and hard working boy!

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Dear Sun,
      Thank you for your kind words of support for Caleb. Caleb really loved reading it and his papa does too! 🙂 He’s taken a bit of a break but come spring, he and his brother will be doing more artworks, he’ll probably have a couple more books and our father knows what else. We will definitely keep you updated. Have a nice day. ~ Love, Vaughn.

  • My vote, it is disrespectful and I agree with you, Vaughn. I love your thoughts. Will leave you a donation to support soon.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thank you Edith for your kind words of support. I really appreciate YOU for that. Have a nice day. ~ Love, Vaughn.

  • I could not believe what I was hearing. Listen Vaughn this is beyond blasphemy – how gross and disgusting was this man! Definitely not a man of God mixing profanity and holiness and calling it preaching with the sole purpose of entertaining. The congregation no better than the preacher. I tell you God is not mocked – pure demon worship. God will repay that man dearly for this terrible transgression of God’s word.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks Allison for your comment. Indeed, the man appears to be mixing profane language while reading scripture at the beginning of his “sermon.” It is unfortunate that he is entertaining instead of teaching and preaching. Thanks for jumping in with your thoughtful words. Take care. Vaughn

    • You are spot on. A social gospel for entertainment and laughter. One day they will be driven out of the temple.

  • Well bro. Firstly he is not a pastor! Secondly the people are fans! And although he used the word church in the same breath, my opinion is that the people listening may all have issues. And he is trying to help resolve those issues. Also, looks like a lot of people consider the service as an entertainment session. And it looks like some may not be comfortable with the language being presented. The answer to the question [of blasphemy] is yes And no.

    • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

      Thanks for your thoughtful comment Joe. You’re right in that it did look at some entertainment session instead of a holy church service. But I’d like to ask, why do you think he’s not a pastor?

      • Well, when one is called AND chosen by God to lead the children, and not only to lead, but to teach, train, nurture and help develop the Spiritual Character of those [spiritual] children that have been placed in one’s care, it is a very serious and most humble responsibility. Each one must be well grounded in knowledge And understanding of the teachings of God. LIGHT HAS NO PLACE IN DARKNESS.
        THE TWO CANNOT, AND NEVER WILL BE TOGETHER.

        • Vaughn Berkeley, MBA says:

          Ahh, I see what you mean. You’re saying that because he is obviously mixing light and darkness together while poorly handling the word of God, he is not a pastor. Got it. Thanks for comment Joe. Take care. Vaughn

  • That’s why I don’t go church ⛪. The church is a business place with a ✝ with a false teacher on it.