Authenticity, Being Ourselves

Look yourself in the mirror, who do you see? Do you see the world's limited perception of you, is this what you find your value you in, the external validation of mankind? Do you allow others to tell you how good you look, how nice you are, how loving you are, and how successful you [...]

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Trust Ourselves Again

Have you ever hurt someone you cared deeply for? Have you ever hurt yourself, making the same decisions repeatedly until others stared at you as if you had three heads? Do you love your faith and religion, but are drawn and blocked but the multitude shaming and damning your beliefs for actions before your existence? [...]

Skyscraper- Morgan Sameera

They wish to categorize and understand what they cannot relate to. Rather than embrace the new experience. The new perspective. The brand new field of thought altogether. But… it’s as though their very ego is challenged by a perspective outside their self. My entire life I have been blatantly aware of the psychosomatic boundaries between [...]

Fix your broken wings, Accept your demons.

If the 5th through 15th centuries were the construction and works of the Medieval Age. We are then living well within the Eval Age now, and this must be recognized. Instead of acknowledging our hurts, pains, wrongdoing, flaws, and shortcomings. We live in a society of actors and oppressors each exchanging their roles and insults, [...]

Devlin Brooks #2: Opportunity for Discovery

By the time I got to Sheehan's classroom he was already gone. That didn't surprise me I needed the exercise anyway. After walking cross-campus I doubled back halfway. I could at least catch his office hours. Before I could knock on his door it seemed as though there was already someone inside. I couldn't help [...]

Old Man’s War

Past a certain age, a human can no longer function or fight. Their cause dies and they attempt to carry on the torch by living vicariously through their children. And the children grows, imprinted with the same vision and cause in their children. So, on and so forth. Typically in these features, there's a strong [...]