The following list consists of realizations or lessons that I’ve learned being alive for 30 years. Oh, and profanity. I’m not trying to promulgate them as universal truths or anything like that. It’s just a list. Mostly for me. I hope you enjoy it. 1. I don’t need all the shit I have. Seriously. I … More 30 lessons from my 30 years alive.
Here we are. It’s been a year and, from looking at this blog, I think we’ve made some progress but there is always somewhere to go. I haven’t followed the rules of posting every day or every week with however many character long posts. But that’s okay. I don’t like to follow the rules anyways. … More Why do I blog?
Simplify is a word that is always in my mind, echoing, like a mantra. My living space is often times under steady curation to this state. It’s written on my bathroom mirror. “The height of cultivation always runs to simplicity.” – Bruce Lee “It is not the daily increase but the daily decrease. Hack away at the … More Simplify
Ever since I was a kid, I was told that I had a great imagination. I enjoyed being creative, drawing and imagining. Pretending and having fun. As I’ve grown older, I thought that my imagination had faded away entirely. Turns out that it didn’t, it simply changed it’s focus as my focuses had changed over … More Imagination is Weird
“Some said I wasn’t gonna show up. At least, that’s what the talk was about. But I show up to the show down when the show’s on to show off for all of the crowd.” – Shotty Horroh Now I’m not talking about battle rapping here. I am, however, talking about being there for our … More Showing Up
I grew up in what I thought was a small town in Texas. Now, after traveling a little, I’ve seen smaller places but, at the time, I knew nothing different. There were two high schools and it was big enough to have neighborhoods of very diverse income. Having … More Our Cat That Ate Her Spaceship
It seems that everyone is chiming in with their two cents about the Paris attacks on this past Friday (11/13/2015) and the various other tragedies that have occurred recently, so I thought I might do the same. Honestly, I believe that the worst part about this aside from the fatalities themselves is how people are … More In The Wake of Tragedy…
Throughout my life, I’ve often taken on too many responsibilities or imposed vast amounts of stress on myself. Whipped in and out of cars on the road, disobeyed various traffic laws and sometimes been an absolute menace. Being further along in my life and not having done those things in some time, I have to … More Slow The Fuck Down
Last week, I attended the World’s Biggest Eye Contact Experiment in Dallas. The Dallas event was hosted by the Promote Love Movement. We were participating in a global event with 140 separate locations worldwide. During my time on this planet, I would like to say that I’ve experienced quite a bit but nothing quite like this. … More Comfort Challenge: Eye Contact Experiment Dallas
I find it essential that we take the time to realize our planet will persevere regardless of whether or not we choose to poison our air and water ways. The planet provides for us but will not protect us from ourselves. Earth will still be floating in space for a long time after the human … More Some of us are disgusting…