This generation of “Me” is probably the greatest comedian in the history of mankind. It isn’t the kind of comic that learns through mimicry of those that came before them. It isn’t a genius type of humor that comes from knowing the ironies of life and knowing exactly how to express it. It is a… Continue reading The Stupid Things Adult Kids Say
Questioning words of wisdom can be setting us up for judgement. From Buddhism to modern New Age religions, the word of wisdom out is to hold your tongue. I understand the process of not allowing judgement, cynisism, or gossip to pass through desperate lips that pull others to the ground. I don’t, however, understand the… Continue reading Modesty of Being Real
No matter how long I live, there is one thing that remains consistant. It is not grounded in the definition of beauty or time. The one truth that never betrays its people, the truth that never changes history, the truth that is always in the forefront of everything real, is the truth of greed while… Continue reading Living a Culture Contradicting Faith: Profit vs. Prophet
We all pretend it’s not there. It’s a given that women “should be” attractive. We married at the age of 19. It was part of our culture in the day to rob from the cradle. I chose him when I was 18. He chose me the same year, at the same age. I never… Continue reading Soul Candy
We live in a thimble. We think of our grandeose physical plane and squished up brain inside of our cranium as the entire universe. In reality, we can’t see beyond the walls of the thimble. Plato’s analogy of the cave is a gigantic description of our limited existence. In our arrogant smallness, we puff… Continue reading Size Matters
It’s the new fad. Minimalism. Led by the facebook cyber capital of the world, I joined their team, but only for two weeks. When I found out I wasn’t a true minimalist because I buy things for other people, I walked away pouting at the realization. I was so proud to be one. The thought… Continue reading Low Maintenance and the Ties that Bind
The moment that gave me perceived immortality started on a gurney. I had discussed my will and testament with a man who had ongoing contempt for me. My will and testament was only verbal because I was in my forties and optimistic. He was the father of my children. This particular father became a… Continue reading And this, too Shall Pass.