To repeat the same conflict over and over again is to be human. Hurtful conflicts can leave behind emotional scarring. As that emotional scarring accumulates, it’s hard to see anything valuable in this wounding. But emotional scars have a purpose. Find out more in this week’s Monday Motivation podcast.
G. K. Hunter
George Kamana Hunter is the Director of the PBS Documentary Sakura & Pearls: Healing from World War II, which exclusively captures a special meeting between US Pearl Harbor Attack Survivors and Japanese Atomic Bomb Survivors at Pearl Harbor. He is the Author of Healing Our Bloodlines: The 8 Realizations of Generational Liberation, a guidebook on how to break free from the cycles of abuse. It was inspired by his 20 years of working with clients, including true stories from Jewish Holocaust Survivors, Native American Veterans, the homeless, immigrant families and Irish Americans who descended from the Potato Famine. It was written for people of all ethnic and religious backgrounds. When he's not making movies, writing books, or giving inspirational talks, he can be found surfing pristine waves in Hawaii and throughout the Americas. View all posts by G. K. Hunter