Wounds present opportunity. But we more than often look upon them as an incurable disease. I am (like all of us) a perpetrator of hurt and a victim of hurt. There are areas of my divine being that still hurt today, and my being human predisposes me to being hurt tomorrow. All because wounds present opportunity.
If you take credit for your growth then you must also assume accountability for your weakening. A life lived in absence of pain is a life absent of the need to become stronger.
Contrary to common belief, Continue reading Wounds Present Opportunity
We’re surrounded by the mirrors of our past.
A few months ago I gazed diligently at the mirror that resembled a time before (hyper) masculinity. As I reluctantly brought my car to a stop allowing an illuminated train of school children to cross, I replaced my feeling of frustration with a mindful gaze. Within seconds I noticed 2 young boys holding hands, engrossed in conversation as they crossed. My brain twitched. It was as if a lost memory had returned to me, and in that precise moment I thought to myself, Continue reading Help Me Find My Tears Before They Find Me
The problem isn’t that we’ve all been there. The problem is that some of us are still there and have no idea how to break the cycle.
Is there more to falling for someone’s potential?
Is there a way to identify the type of potential that meets us halfway?
How do we measure true potential?
When do I call it quits?
Well I hope I answer these questions and more in the video above.
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From the transitory stages of physical appearance to abstract modern art, beauty has become one of the most versatile nouns bestowed upon the human tongue. All become acquiescent in it’s presence, and that in itself is why the word takes precedence over all the dictionary has to offer.
It’s as though beauty exists an entity that illuminates the life force that resides in all things. But what happens when the beauty that exist within does not appear on the surface? Continue reading Her Beauty Not Her Looks
- Today’s attitude toward gender equality in contrast to the 19th & 20th century shows promise for what’s to come.
- Many men still believe in gender allocations, and there are women that believe it’s a man’s job to make her orgasm.
- He embraced her waist from the rear and positioned her in close proximity to his libidinous intentions.
- An orgasm isn’t just a physical experience. And at times, we have to be in the condition to receive it.
Continue reading His & Hers: The Orgasm Rant
What we see on the outside often mirrors what we believe is dwelling inside. We understand a smile represents a happy person but seldom do we consider that the reserve might be true. An outward expression can also communicate what is missing within.
The soul cries out for attention while the ego fears vulnerability will be treated with further alienation. But at what cost is it worth appearing alive on the outside, albeit dying within? Continue reading Happiness Makes Time For Those Who Make Time For Themselves.
Journey down the stairwell of your past, take a left at ‘My Ideal Partner’ and then keep to the right until you reach the crossroads between your values and insecurities. If you make a daunting right and head straight on ‘Things I Refuse To Deal With Lane’, you’ll eventually arrive at your most visited destination, Egoville. If you can muster enough resolved to venture beyond that, then you’ll rediscover the forgotten but indispensable manuscript titled ‘My Ideal Self’. Continue reading What’s Missing Is You
I am now on SoundCloud in the form of a podcast!
So I would like to share my first podcast with you all! I decided to start with a small 10 min piece to give you an idea of what’s to come. I look forward to hearing your feedback!
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“Creativity is the birthright of every human being” – Chairmain Kato
The industrial economy for most is very much the only reality that exists. These people perceive their working life as intended by those that shaped the educational institutions they were reformed from. The industrial economy refers to a historic method of working whereby companies created machines that required people to operate them. At the time, people were considered invaluable cogs to the results of ideas that ameliorated the state of the economy. Fast forward to today, the consumer is being familiarised with a robotic era in which you’re greeted by an automated entity in customer services, self-service checkouts and delivery drones. People in the workplace are becoming obsolete. But I can no longer see this as a bad thing. In fact, it is necessary. Continue reading Post Industrial Economy: Reclaiming your creative mind