Published by admin on February 7, 2019

Lean In

  When you ask me what I do, do you really want to know?   Because if you do, lean in, my friend, and I shall tell you.   It’s no secret, but life has taught me: in regard to “matters of consequence,” one should be discriminating— as not all are ready (or worthy) to…

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Published by admin on February 3, 2019

The Unexpected Gift of Suffering

  All of us, if we dare to look, have at least one defining moment which has altered the trajectory of our lives. And the deeper we dig through the years at this moment, the more of her treasures will she avail to us. Mine was subtle and unexpected. My family had just gone through…

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Published by admin on August 25, 2018

Bewilderment

      Typed on a Smith Corona Coronet Super 12 www.alexobed.com  

Published by admin on August 21, 2018

Unraveling

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Published by admin on August 4, 2018

NO SKIPPING STEPS

    Art by Jaime Zollars www.alexobed.com        

Published by admin on January 8, 2018

Who Would I Be?

Who would I be if my whole being didn’t depend on the answer? Who would I be if there were no expectations, only desires? Who would I be if I didn’t have this extra weight making gravity even heavier? www.alexobed.com

Published by admin on October 23, 2017

How I Became an Emotionally Closed-Off Man

  I forgot that I had my own “me, too” story. And that’s quite telling.   I was in junior high school. I was young for my age, and short and scrawny. Not an auspicious beginning to an otherwise already difficult period for most young people. I was in “P.E.” class–which was coed. We were all in…

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