I have done it. I have found my tribe, or at least one of them. The values of Christianity and other religions at a high level seemed good enough, but I was never fond of the idea of this ethereal and conscious being watching over billions of people at the Continue Reading
Living in the moment is as important as looking forward to the next thing. How often an upcoming show, concert, or even a new episode of a beloved show have kept your mood up for an entire day or weeks? Give yourself mini rewards to look forward to in the Continue Reading
Productivity playlists and how to reward yourself after being productive.
I think that if people start explaining the why, they would get more people to listen to the what. Doctors and patients, teachers and students, instructional videos and viewer. These are all relationships that could grow stronger if the why was introduced. Patients would be more compliant if they knew Continue Reading
It seems no one truly wants equality, they simply want inequality in their favor.
“Now,” whispered Alpha. Czar started moving, but Alpha stopped him with a soft growl. “Omega, go,” Alpha pointed with his snout to an oblivious rabbit. A few bushels hid their bodies. Omega froze, leaving the rabbit wide open for Czar to take charge. With one jump, he came out from Continue Reading
In prose, there are two different styles. Plainsong and Baroque. You might have heard of them. Let me explain each one briefly, and provide an example piece fo text telling the same story in two different styles. Plainsong Short sentences, not many adjectives and adverbs. Blunt and straightforward. The little Continue Reading
Toxicity starts from one end, a negative person who turns oneself and everything around her dark. Then the other side shows up, they who are professionally offended by everything. They keep their antennas on, ready to receive any and all transmissions. With the emission of a sound, they perk up Continue Reading
There are steps you take when you have the thought of eating a homemade meal, and when it happens. You comb through your pantry and refrigerator and make a list of items you need. Then you drive up to the supermarket and grab a cart. You pick up your groceries, Continue Reading
“It will be fine,” said my dad while wheeling my grandmother into an elevator the size of a fridge box. My mother, my sister, and I were already inside. The elevator had a steel plaque that read: “500 Lb limit.” “You asked for it,” the elevator said in mechanical whirls Continue Reading