Mental Wealth Challenge: Day 14

Sending the uplifting texts to at least 5 people might have been difficult for some, and not so difficult for others. For those with an active social life, it's easy. Uplifting could be anything from a joke to a compliment to a moment of nostalgia that is shared. But, spare a thought for those not … Continue reading Mental Wealth Challenge: Day 14

Opportunistic Abdication

It's no secret that I have contentious views about the human psyche and what makes us behave the way that we do. That there are tons of differing opinions on the subject is also obviously clear, probably the majority of which either conflicts with, or directly contradicts my views. Many of those contradictory views are … Continue reading Opportunistic Abdication

Stark Reality

There is a starkness that stares you in the face as you see the distractions for what they are. Looking to the future with great expectations, I always found myself pushing the boundaries within which I operated. It was never about what is, but instead, was always about what could be, what is possible, and … Continue reading Stark Reality

Dystopia

In those moments when purpose is blurred and distractions appeal, life passes by almost unnoticed. It feels like the hamster in the wheel, spinning away and amused at how fast it can go, then looking over and seeing everything that still needs to get done, stepping off for a few brief moments, and suddenly starts … Continue reading Dystopia

The Purpose of Life

When seeking purpose it is almost inevitable that the search will at some point prompt us to confront our most personally held beliefs about religion, spirituality, and faith. Strange though that many times this is equated with purpose despite most people not tying that self-proclaimed purpose to the manner in which they wade through life. … Continue reading The Purpose of Life

Rose Coloured Delusions

There is a rot that starts with our assumptions of being so unique that no one else knows our fears or our insecurities. It's a rot that suggests that if we trust openly, we'll be mortally wounded and humiliated to the point of self-loathing. This rot is reflected in the headlines that spew forth the … Continue reading Rose Coloured Delusions

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