Fight the Good Fight Club

Fight the Good Fight Club

Welcome to Fight the Good Fight Club, the show about the relentless pursuit of a life and relationships filled with purpose, love, joy and peace. How do we do that when pain, loss, baggage and every day challenges get in the way? Each weekly episode, your host Marcel Pope shares a step in his journey towards living his best life. Then, co-host and life-partner Cynthia Cintron joins in for candid discussions on building lasting and more fulfilling relationships. If you are ready to get real and dig deep then you are ready for Fight the Good Fight Club!... Show More

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July 7, 2020 57 min

All forms of upset result in disturbing our peace and joy. Based on Lesson 5 of A Course In Miracles. Marcel Pope discusses the lesson and breaks down his interpretation. Then Cynthia Cintron joins in the discussion as it pertains to relationships. She shares her "inner child" work. They share insights, anecdotes, and more.

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Forgiveness, the choice to set oneself free from resentments, anger and expectations in order to find peace and joy. Based on lesson 121 of a Course in Miracles. Marcel and Cynthia share personal insights and stories from their own journey - individually and together. 

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