Published by admin on July 22, 2017

Losing Grip: The Sequel

Earlier in the day, I wrote out my feelings in Losing Grip. It’s short. I highly recommend you stop and read it first.   I ended it by saying, And I don’t want to fight anymore. I realize how this may have left many of you really unsure as to my intentions. And while I thought about…

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Published by admin on April 14, 2017

California

  For most of my adult life I felt like, eventually, I would end up living in California. At least for a while. Well, here I am. And what a circuitous path it has taken to get here! Short recap: Lived in Atlanta for 10 years. Felt blah. Realized I wasn’t growing. Called my bro…

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Published by admin on March 2, 2017

Perhaps You’re Not as Far as You Think

  I’ve been struggling lately. It’s my age-old nemesis of not having enough money. It’s a sad, boring story that has become my life: on auto-repeat. Insert yawn here. (And it was just made worse hearing a good friend tell me how his teenage son is making $2,000/mo., whilst in high school, with an online yard-cleaning…

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Published by admin on June 24, 2016

The Lost Art of Faith

  I’ll admit it. I have little idea of where I’m going. I just listen, take a step, listen, take a step… and have faith that if I continue to do that, over and over again, that I’ll always be on the right path. My path. To what am I listening? I’m going within. I’m constantly asking…

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Published by admin on May 13, 2016

My Dating Faux Pas

So. You’re out on a date–err, I am–and you know she’s younger, but… hey, it’s South Florida, so who cares, right? Age difference, shmage difference. Actually, it starts before the date. I grayed early in life, most notably my eyebrows and stache. I typically keep a goatee of sorts; my version is a light stache…

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Published by admin on January 24, 2016

Can You Trust Yourself?

I have a good friend–ok, he used to be a good friend–who after becoming ultra-Christian would constantly get on my case about following my intuition. When he had an important decision to make, however, he would say that he first needed to pray on it. God would answer him and–tada!–he knew what action to take next. He said that…

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Published by admin on November 18, 2015

Staring at a Castle

Sometimes it’s good to change locales. I usually sit in my office, which is sans window; it’s more like a closet than an office. Very white and officy. The furniture is nice–plush even–but not enough to overcome the vapid surroundings. But today I sit in a more spacious venue. A huge window sits to my right…

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