I’ve always been in awe of the Elders in my family.
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Thoughts during the U.S Capitol shooting
Yesterday, I toured the Capitol with several family members from out of town. Despite my being a stone’s throw away from it the history that I often find myself awash in never gets boring. However, I could not have predicted how the day would unfold. Standing in the center of the Capitol dome. Instead ofContinue reading “Thoughts during the U.S Capitol shooting”
Honor of the redemptive variety
And I was invigorated…
History… An interesting animal, but one that we run from.
Do we fear history or does our ignorance repel us from it?
Is an ovation really called for?
My siblings routinely accuse me of remembering everything, regardless of how inconsequential the event or circumstance, I seem to retain it. I’m not sure how much truth their accusations hold, but I must admit that find myself stuck in a perpetual time warp of sorts on a pretty regular basis, drowning in the depths ofContinue reading “Is an ovation really called for?”
American Liberal & Conservative thought, that curiously symbiotic relationship
In my travels throughout the connected world via the Internet and the medium of social media, one of the things that often gives me pause is the invective spewed by people on comment boards. I’ve mentioned previously that I feel that anonymity of the Internet provides people with a layer of courage that would otherwiseContinue reading “American Liberal & Conservative thought, that curiously symbiotic relationship”
Humanity: An exercise in consistent inconsistency
Is it time that someone leveled with humanity and gave it some unapologetic and much needed honesty? Is it safe to say that this proclamation won’t come from a technologically advanced civilization residing light-years away from us? I wouldn’t rule much of anything out, but until that pivotal moment in human history comes to passContinue reading “Humanity: An exercise in consistent inconsistency”