Reverence for Life University

Our Friends and Affiliations List is Growing Rapidly - Check back often
Reverence for Life University - Jamaica
The Reverence for Life foundation was established in Jamaica by Desmond Green and the Jamaican prison system (see History_. Our movement is now being fully realized and our first RFLU campus is the Bay View Eco Resort.
Alligator Head Foundation - Jamaica
Committed to the RFL view of life, the Alligator Head Foundation helps us to realize that action and commitment are how the world changes. We are excited to Breath Cast the Reverence for Life message through all organizations that understand all of life is connected, via the breath.
Maza Iipi Oyate - South Dakota, USA
Our friend Robert Horse and his team are working to bring awareness of life's full interconnected-ness. His efforts to bring a similar message of the RFL University to the prison system in South Dakota and the native people's there is gaining wonderful momentum.
Yep It's Rocket Science - Illinois, USA
Co-founder Andy Skadberg and Sarah Ford have been blessed to help Bob Windt bring his Vision of "learning by playing" to the world in his wonderful book "Yep, It's Rocket Science". Science, imagination, experimentation and play are all combined to teach children that everything they need to learn about the world is readily available.

Our Mission - South Dakota, USA

We are dedicated to providing assistance to all, building bridges from communities to communities and from country to country. We have a website called Maza Tipioyate, a youth preventative initiative, Native American Prisoner Caucus to address the rights of those incarcerated, and All Relations For Mother Earth which supports environmental issues. Our newsletter All Relations News is a voice for all.

Motorcycles, Madness & Miracles

A Badass Journey to Empowerment!

  Motorcycles, Madness & Miracles is the badass journey of custom motorcycle painter Katarina who, after experiencing several traumas, closes herself off to the joys of life and instead focuses on excelling in her career. She achieves success, but an undercurrent of resigned anger is always present - robbing her of living a life of greatness. Realizing this, she turns to introspection and Native wisdom, and explores a landscape outside of mainstream America. True to form, she celebrates this newfound knowledge with a motorcycle build and paint scheme honoring the Four Directions and once complete, travels to Sturgis Bike Week to compete with other top builders. Here she meets kindred soul, Groovy J, a good-humored man's man who expresses concern for his children's future. Their friendship quickly blossoms over several shared hours while waiting for the results of the bike show competition. Exchanging raw and brutally honest conversation balanced with hilarious highlight stories of their past military service, they reveal the keys to becoming masters of their own fate. Complete with a Toolbox for further exploration - this is a gritty and real ride that will open your eyes and heart. And how do their bikes do in competition at this prestigious show? You'll have to read the book to find out!