The other day, I had a good talk. With my sister. She is a little bit younger, chronologically. I am a little bit older, chronologically. We were raised in the same house, by the same parents with several permutations of their individual and collective presence. Obviously, we have had different experiences. She had to live … Continue reading Good Talk
I have nothing to say. My words are hiding. Sleep beckons, but my mind is still going, somewhere, but I don't know if I am invited. I want it to go well; it being everything. Why do we write? Is it a need, a compulsion, an outcry, or a distraction? Do I care if anyone … Continue reading Late Night
Michael Scott/Steve Carell The great men of our time are few and far between. This is between.
Race, race, everywhere
That is the most important thing I learned in journey through the turbulent waters of mental health.
I am looking at a little baby girl, right now. She is squinting with a toothy grin and holding her peanut butter jelly sandwich, aloft, in exultation. She is merely the product of competitive traits edging each other out over millions of years. Her physiology is sufficient to support accelerated intellectual processes that will render … Continue reading Atheists are for Real. I think.
Yes. I am a Christian. Yes. I am a male. Yes. I object to abortion on spiritual grounds. If this disqualifies me from rational, yet emotive, discourse on the subject in your eyes, so be it. Please feel free to read something else. It's your life. Law. No screaming. No crying. No shaking of fists. … Continue reading A Time to not Kill