Approaching the concept of what truth is constitutes a more-than-daunting task. I don't seek to define what I consider truth to be, or make a list of categories for them. Instead, I offer a philosophical approach to how we view the idea of truth itself.
When every voice is screaming to be heard right now, I feel it important to contribute my own. I have strong thoughts on the current atmosphere, but I don't want to potentially undermine the actions of the oppressed. Black Lives Matter. It's as simple as that.
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It's hard to introduce something you've created to be read and purchased without some sort of hubris involved. But, I'm happy to share without what I've hoped for. If someone can get something useful from it, I'm happy to share.
Today is particularly bittersweet. A beautiful mother’s day while I’m going through a crisis in virtually every area imaginable. And my mother passed away almost four years ago. I miss her each and every year. I think about her beyond often. But feeling so utterly lost and alone right now has me stunned at the [...]
There are certain pursuits that create genuine, residual impact in an individual's life. Allow me the chance to introduce you to one of mine.
I've included some links to their website and facebook so you can investigate yourself should you feel intrigued.
Also, the blog picture is quite old; at least six years. I don't have many pictures of me in karate, I realized.
It was Sunday, May 22, 2005, and my parents sat my sisters and me down to tell us they were getting a divorce. To say this was unexpected is an understatement. I was eighteen years old. Let's back up a bit and create some context for this moment. I had a fantastic childhood. Both of [...]
Remember...oh please, always remember, that for all the darkness there's a matching extension of light. If we use as much of our effort to recognize the light as we the darkness, we'll find our lives balanced and equipped better than we figured.