Peace

Sitting in the top of the house Rocking the chair in the open window Watching the lights of buildings Along the near horizon Slowly disappear Through sheets of rain Illuminated momentarily As if from behind In lightning flashes While windows shudder At the clap The tempest rages Winds howling Until the bolts tire Of their … Continue reading Peace

Beautiful Lies

I don't think I'm the only person who sometimes finds a recurring theme, thought, idea, or word arise in my life.  I find it interesting that whenever recurring words come forward, I'm reminded at the same time of those points at which I've written about them before, only the difference is that with each progressive … Continue reading Beautiful Lies

The Blessing of Covid

There is nothing healthy about remaining in a situation with yourself or with others where it is unbearable to be in closed up in the same space alone or together. Nothing.

You are not noble or honorable or wise or kind for continuing to remain in an unhealthy situation with yourself or with someone else.

You are not strong or resilient or faithful or powerful or amazing for continuing to remain in an unhealthy situation with yourself or with someone else.

You are simply unhealthy and whether you realize it today or you realize it 10 years from now, what is healthy is what is right.

Make a change now. Use this time to reflect upon yourself and your situation now and let that motivate a positive change that lasts after the quarantine in both your relationship with yourself and your relationships with others.

The Cuppu Theory, or How to Not Lose Your Cool in a Conflict

My previously posted theories, The Seagull Theory, or How Not To Be A Shit and The Cactus Theory, or How Not To Be A Prick, were both strongly grounded in gross generalizations and sarcasm while sharing deeply profound truths about the nature of people to behave a certain way... or not. This theory is somewhat … Continue reading The Cuppu Theory, or How to Not Lose Your Cool in a Conflict