About Us

“… a strategic guideline to improving character and defining spiritual strength and well being.”

Our Story


We started a unique approach to self-development in 2008 as youths with various spiritual backgrounds. We found a lot of source material describing virtues that promoted spiritual living. Through this we started conceptualizing about virtues.

‘What is a virtue? Where does it come from? What is the importance of it?’

As we questioned and searched, we also came to find truths that connected to many different virtues. Since then, we have progressed to develop a strategic guideline to improving character and defining spiritual strength/well-being. Ultimately, with providence, we discovered a passion in helping others achieve similar values and seeing them through with the success that follows. We had gained a small following of peers that had seen the tremendous value in our collected research, as we were able to help them develop solutions to their deep rooted issues.

In 2014, we resolved to commit to ourselves to research and compile it in the form of a book to help the community here in Saskatchewan.

Our Values


We value the human existence and the purpose behind it.


We value the struggle and effort for improvement.

Spiritual Well-Being

We believe in God’s active force and desire for our spiritual well-being.

Objective Betterment

We value the search for objective betterment.


We believe in human being’s right to discover truth and actively search for it.


We value companionship between people as a source of support on a mutual path to self-improvement.

  • Mission Statement

    To Help Others Overcome Vice, Develop Virtue and Reconnect to God/The Creator.

  • Our Belief

    We believe in all people’s potential to develop and grow in character regardless of circumstance, position or state, while wanting to both aid and foster people to betterment in their lives.

  • Service Provided

    To help the community through character building initiatives in a supportive learning environment for youth & young adult groups of all backgrounds.

  • Our Audience

    Core Groups: Youths age 14-19, Young adults 20-30, however, available to any willing minds.

    (Accessible to anyone)

    We will have different levels of mentoring for the different age groups.

    We have reason to believe that the youth in the community will gain a lot through mentoring from resources that are able to both believe in them and create a healthy environment to grow.

  • Measures of Success

    The evaluation process throughout the course is centered on with the goal specific to the individual. Goals are measurable, timely and realistic. We promote self-evaluation as a primary method of evaluating and tracking personal success.  Measures are described with detail and as a core part of our source material.

  • First Nations Appeal

    We recognize the community’s desire for the strengths needed to motivate and uplift all people. With a large demographic of First Nations people, many of the cultural values fit with the virtues explored in our programming and are mutually shared while respecting the different cultures and beliefs as one cause. Such virtues include: inner peace, friendship, success, self-confidence, mental, spiritual, and physical well-being.

Our Team

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David Kingdavong


Born in Toronto, Ontario, from Chinese and Laos Decent. He was raised as a Buddhist and has pursued theological studies further from the belief that spiritual health is crucial to success. He believes in the ability for youths to improve for the better. To better help reach out to youths he is currently working for […]

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Shoaib Mohamad Omar


Born in Kabul, Afghanistan, had lived in various places at a young age, from Moscow Russia, to Pakistan. At the age of 8 he had moved to Canada. Experiencing homelessness at a young age with his family in Moscow has created an empathetic approach and comprehension of the struggle the needy have. At the age […]

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Mekalia Mohamad Omar


Born in Toronto, Ontario of Jamaican descent. She had a strong spiritual upbringing as a Christian which lead her to pursue spirituality seriously. In high school, she met her future colleagues and began to develop a strong want for intelligence and purpose. At a young age, her father had Lou Gehrig’s disease and had passed […]

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Tung Nguyen


Born in Toronto, Ontario from a Vietnamese family. In early high school he reached a better understanding and pursued the mastery of several virtues as well as the meaning behind them. Such virtues include, self-worth, compassion and the belief in great potential in all human beings. As part of his values he has committed himself […]

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