Act 2 begins with Charles Sue-Wah-Sing sharing the lessons of fatherhood and manhood that he received from “Uncle Mike”, an older man he connected with through his involvement in one of many men's groups.
As Charles digs into what happens when men come together with open hearts and a willingness to connect, he tells the story of bringing his then 6-year-old son into a circle of men – and the magical impact he had on the grown-up men around him.
Charles looks at the wounds and scars that are part and parcel of the human condition, and points to the importance of coming together in community to heal, grow and celebrate and, finally, suggests ways for men to gather to start real conversations.
Charles Sue-Wah-Sing identifies as a West Indian Canadian with ancestry from Guyana, Asia, Africa, and Europe. "Man of the World" doesn't quite do him justice!
A lifelong learner who has studied world religions, art, culture and ceremonial customs, his interest in the dynamics between men and women led him to participate in and lead a variety of men’s groups.Amongst his passions you'll find low and slow BBQ, hot sauce, action flicks, and music. Charles has been a restauranteur, accountant, designer, consultant, and is currently a whole life coach. His personal musical journey includes piano, DJ'ing, guitar, salsa dancing, and now learning the drums. Of everything he’s done in his life, Charles' greatest gift is his family. You can find out more about Charles and his great work at www.suewahsing.com and on LinkedIn.