I think it's strange how there are so many people out in the world representing things that they do not understand. I see the appeal of just mimicking the actions of others but, when you do that, you rob yourself of the knowledge and the free will to think for yourself. If nothing else in… Continue reading Knowledge is free
I am currently, and slowly, reading Jodi Picoult's A spark of light. If you haven't heard of it, no worries, I won't spoil the story but I will refer to it some throughout this post. We are living in an age of publicly opinionated people. For most, they choose to hide behind their computer screen,… Continue reading Live your free-willed life
Our history is rich with the desire for freedom. No matter what you do in life, there will always be someone or something that prevents you from achieving the level of freedom you desire. Take the early settlers from Europe. They did not like the English king telling them what to do so they started… Continue reading Freedom
Social media has been a struggle for me recently. As an indie author and blogger, it is up to me to market my products and get noticed. I published my first book this year but I haven't been marketing it as I should. I have been trying to gain more followers so that I could… Continue reading Be true to you!
I recently reposted a post from my Facebook memories featuring a quote from John F. Kennedy. The quote: "Let us not seek the Republican answer, or the Democratic answer, but the right answer. Let us not seek to fix the blame for the past. Let us accept our own responsibility for the future." This quote… Continue reading Your Voice Matters
I quit. I quit trying to fit in. We're conditioned to think that being "in" is what's best when in reality resisting conformity passes the test. I quit. I quit trying to join in with segregated groups-- these organized groups commitment to one view and one way and that is never how I feel on… Continue reading I Quit.