A Brief History of the LIKE Button that you Probably won’t “Like.”

Take a long look at the past decade. Particularly, look at how social media has changed. And, if you really look closely… Look at how you’ve changed along with it. I’ve been on Facebook for 11 years. It began simply. I was fleeing the horrid MySpace platform which had grown out of control. Facebook was […]

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Mr. Sanders

“The most complicated skill is to be simple.” ― Dejan Stojanovic The simple is often overlooked. These beacons of light that are taken as too common to shift our attention are all around us, yet we pass among them so blindly that even our shadows remain oblivious to the pureness of the simple. In a […]

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The Circle

“God is an infinite sphere, the center of which is everywhere, the circumference nowhere.” ~Book of the 24 Philosophers. We all stand upon the boundary. From the margins of our lives we find a vantage point where one witnesses himself without thought, without concept and without judgement. It is here where forgetting all we’ve ever […]

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Time to Dance

“Life is the Dancer, and you are the Dance.” ~ Eckhart Tolle That “time” is almost upon us. Time, that elusive devilish dancer. Nevertheless, It’s time. Time for putting the year behind us. That year which was a building of moments, a space between what was once new, and now, that which is still new. […]

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What do you REALLY Want?

“As soon as you stop wanting something, you get it.” ― Andy Warhol Why do things feel right, when ultimately—in our heart—we know they’re completely wrong? Many a sentient being come across this very question. It’s one which rips at the mind and wrenches our world, as confusion and self-doubt become a gestalt by which […]

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The Heart of Temperance

“With Truth, Reason, and Morality off the board, we then capture their last Rook —that prissy little virtue, Temperance— for she depends on those other three for her beauty and was thus left wholly undefended.” ― Geoffrey Wood All of us indulge at times. We eat, we drink, and we be merry. Sometimes we do […]

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Why you NEED to Kick your own Ass

“It was not curiosity that killed the goose who laid the golden egg, but an insatiable greed that devoured common sense.” ― E.A. Bucchianeri, Brushstrokes of a Gadfly, Many lessons transpire over the course of one’s lifetime. Experience increases with each passing second, each passing day. But, it is a cold hard truth that some […]

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