We often get opportunities to start over. Sometimes it’s not always a good thing. Sometimes we don’t want to start over. But what you do with those opportunities, whether forced or willingly chosen, is everything. Continue reading An Opportunity To Start Over
A while back, I wrote a post about a huge deconstruction of faith that I endured. It was a trying time. It was intense. It was emotionally, spiritually, and mentally draining for a long time. Then I just kinda stopped talking about it so much. I’ve had people ask me what happened after, and what direction I took spiritually and emotionally. So I decided to write about it. This will be a sort of update to document my journey. Continue reading Faith Reconstructed
It was mid May, as I entered the stadium, excited for what this season was going to bring. The crowd was buzzing with anxious energy, the smell of beer and hotdogs filled the air. As the die-hard fans I would soon become a part of proceeded with their ritual march to the stands, loud drums and singing echoing off the surrounding buildings, I saw something I wanted to be a part of. I saw something good. I longed for good, because while we cheered on this team I barely knew anything about, my entire life was falling apart around me. Continue reading How A Soccer Team Saved Me
Can we live forever?
It’s a question humanity has been trying to answer since the beginning. Can we obtain the secret to immortality? How do we exist eternally? But what if we are missing the point all together? What if the question is not “Is there life after death?”, but rather “How do we live before we die?”. Continue reading A Philosophy Of Living
When we look at the current state of this country culturally, its easy to be perplexed. It literally feels like everyone has lost their mind. But what if a group of political scientists have discovered the answer to the real problem America is facing today? Continue reading Wolves Among Us
American culture has been pushing us too far for a long time now. We are beginning to see the effects on a measurable scale. We are now experiencing entire generations plagued with varying levels of addiction. What if, through substance, technology, etc., we are all addicted?
Continue reading The Universal Addiction
In an era where everyone is connected 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, how are we lonelier than ever? This is a time where we have more ways to connect to any person we want to, but the least genuine personal interaction of any other human in history. Continue reading The Epidemic Of Loneliness
I feel like we all hit a place in life where we realize we don’t actually know much of anything about anything. Sometimes it’s a process that takes years. My journey has been about a decade of learning what I … Continue reading Knowledge, Creativity, And The Need For Humility
As a creative, I often find myself struggling to stay motivated to do pretty much anything. It can be as simple as getting out of bed, to taking care of things around the house. But it usually stems from one very important thing: I’m procrastinating creative productivity. Continue reading Hopelessness And The Fight For Tomorrow
Everyone knows someone like this. I’ve even been this person. Maybe you have too. But it doesn’t mean we should be ok with this behavior. I thought it might be helpful to flesh out some thoughts on this topic of flakey people. Continue reading Flakes and The Gift Of Time