So who is Lloyd Roger Spencer?
He has his very own website and must think himself to be pretty important mustn’t he?
There are those that may ponder such a question…
Firstly nothing could be further from the truth, but if you want an answer let it be that I am nobody.
Perhaps we should take some time to ask:
- Is the question “who is Lloyd Roger Spencer” truly relevant?
- Would you prefer a clever play on words or a catchy title instead of merely a name?
- Perhaps you would prefer the association of notoriety or celebrity?
- Why do we not question a name when it is presented with association to something that is approved or admired?
It will be said that I am an explorer, no more and no less than you are.
So perhaps the ultimate question is:
who are you?
The whole purpose of this website is to allow “I” to show up transparently and dare to ask the difficult questions. This is to transparently question…
To ask “who” is perhaps a great question when directed at oneself, however we are all too ready to question others before taking that individual reflection. There will be no personal profile summarising or defining that which cannot be defined. No vying and pitching for your admiration or attention. There will be no assistance in labelling and boxing for your convenience and judgement. We waste inconceivable amounts of time reading and following others, we elevate and worship while forgetting to individually action and create. If curiosity still reigns then take the time to explore the content presented here, communicate, and above all allow the actions of the individual to speak. As this journey unfolds clarity and transparency will be formed and so too will intentions.
So there is no Guru to be found here, if you are looking for a Guru walk away and simply look in the mirror; take the time to delve within.
Welcome to the journey and may we collectively spread love, compassion and generosity. Thus help create a better world for all.
Lloyd Roger Spencer
Keep feeling the need for being first. But I want you to be the first in love. I want you to be the first in moral excellence. I want you to be the first in generosity.
– Martin Luther King, Jr.
Never mistake motion for action.
– Ernest Hemingway
Talk doesn’t cook rice.
– Chinese Proverb
Discussion is often apathy
– Lloyd Roger Spencer
We are all inclined to judge ourselves by our ideals; others, by their acts.
– Harold Nicolson
Action will remove the doubts that theory cannot solve.
– Tehyi Hsieh