“I think that in many cases people tend to expect the other person to respond to them in a positive way first, rather than taking the initiative themselves to create that possibility. I feel that's wrong, it leads to problems and can act as a barrier that just serves to promote a feeling of isolation… Continue reading What Would The Dalai Lama Say?
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the craziest of them all? Alrighty then, so after this week's "shock & awe" take over at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, and one could forgive the media for its obsessive need to point out every lie and incredibly scary feature of this man at the helm of this once great… Continue reading My Dad And The 45th
“So let us reflect on what is truly of value in life, what gives meaning to our lives, and set our priorities on the basis of that. The purpose of our life needs to be positive. We weren't born with the purpose of causing trouble, harming others. For our life to be of value, I… Continue reading What They Most Desire They Already Are
It was her that actually called me I think, for my first phone interview. She was merely a voice on the phone. I answered all her questions honestly. She created this vision of my job for me, and I can still see the imagine in my minds eye. But that's not the important bit. The… Continue reading In Another Life, I knew You
If you sit quietly and pay attention, you can see the underbelly of the city. Everyday, on the bus to work, they can be viewed and wondered over. Who are these broken souls who cart around their treasures? Who are these homeless shadows, drifting across the landscape of this city. Rags, and bags, and left… Continue reading The People Of The Crow