I’m Sam Stone, the Lightkeeper – You are the light, and I’m the keeper! 🙂

Jesus said you are the light of the world. That means your life is never satisfied until you shine your brightest. Unfortunately, we live in a fallen world with dark forces to keep our light dim. So, you must habitually tune your light to maintain your peak performance state.

I’ve discovered that you need only TRHEE things to thrive in this messy world: IQ, EQ, and SQ. Over two decades of research and experiments, I have discovered a highly effective process of self-cultivation to self-actualization by optimizing one’s IQ, EQ, and SQ.

Our new Spiritual Fitness program is simple, comprehensive, and effective in helping you attain and maintain your peak performance state for sustainable success without getting sabotaged by the dark forces of chronic stress, anxiety, and disappointments of life.

Contact me if you are interested.


Optimize Your IQ (Intelligent Quotient)

The state of your IQ depends on the way you breathe, eat, and rest. You may have a high IQ, but if you are undisciplined in the way you breathe, eat, and rest, your IQ will not perform at its optimal state. You will learn 3 spiritual disciplines: Consciousness (Breathing), Abandonment (Fasting), and Rebirth (Resting).


Optimize Your EQ (Emotional Quotient)

If you want to win bigger, you need to win with people. Your EQ is your currency to win friends and influence people. To optimize your EQ, you must refine your integrity, mercy, and purity of heart. You will learn the next 3 spiritual disciplines: Edification (Integrity), Forgiveness (Mercy), and Refinement (Purity).


Optimize Your SQ (Spiritual Quotient)

Your SQ infuses you with the meaning of life and resilience to sabotage. SQ gives you a calling to be a peacemaker, hope beyond this fallen world, and happiness even in trying times. Here, you will learn the last 3 spiritual disciplines: Enlightenment (Peacemaking), Endurance (Hope), and Gratitude (Happiness).



My grandma told me many puzzling Taoist stories when I was young; some of them took me a lifetime to understand. Here’s one of them. A man from a small village took his handicrafts to sell in a distant town, passing a deep forest. A few days later, he returned home with a sack of…

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There’s a couple living in Phoenix, AZ. The husband calls his son in New York City the day before Thanksgiving and says, “I hate to ruin your day, but I have to tell you that your mother and I are divorcing; forty-five years of misery is enough.” “Pop, what are you talking about?” the son…

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When I was in college in Mandalay, I gathered with a group of friends for tea and breakfast every Saturday morning. One of them had a motorcycle, and one day, he was hit by a car when riding his bike. However, he still showed up on the following Saturday for breakfast with bandages around his…

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Do you know what Christians were called before the term Christian existed? The word “Christian” was a derogative term, meaning little Christ. It was a way to make fun of those who follow Christ. But, later, they felt proud to be called Little Christ, so they adopted the term “Christian” as their identity. Again, do…

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Zhuangzi’s friend complained about a useless tree on the roadside that every carpenter ignored. Despite its humongous size, its trunk and limbs are gnarled, making it unsuitable to build furniture. People can’t use its wood to build boats because it would sink. To his friend’s surprise, the sage said, “What are you complaining about? Think…

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Confucius was hiking with his disciples to visit a majestic waterfall. Even before they arrived at the waterfall, they could sense the power of it from the distance, first the rumbling sound and then the breathtaking sight of a tall and wide waterfall. It may be comparable to Niagara Falls. They could see the mist…

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Only a cultivated life bears fruit;
Only a fruitful life is worth living!