“I want God to come/And take me home ‘ Cause I’m all alone/ In this crowd Who are you to me/Who am I supposed to be Not exactly sure anymore./Where’s this going to Can I follow through/Or just follow you For a while/Does anyone ever get this right?” – ‘The Vampires of Time and Memory’, Queens... Continue Reading →
The true meaning of Christmas is at the very core of our humanity. It is the center of our being. The spirit of Christmas is the true representation of the raver canon Peace, Love, Unity, and Respect. It is that wide-eyed wonder kids have when they wait in line for hours to see a jolly... Continue Reading →
Cold. Gray. Misty. Windy. Walking through the damp, cold streets of the city in which I love. Christmas lights in the trees that line the streets are sparkling, This is Christmas time in downtown Seattle. The busy sounds of cars traveling down Pine Street. Some dude with a cup out asking for change for food.... Continue Reading →
This was originally written for a guest blog opportunity posted on the Rachel From The OC website. Thank you Rachel Thompson for this awesome guest blogging opportunity, as well as some writing advice. For more information regarding Rachel’s media company, Bad Redhead Media, or her website and social media, please visit the provided links. This... Continue Reading →
Trigger warning: Suicide, depictions of self-injury. This is a very raw, honest account of my suicide attempt in mid-2012. These are thoughts and feelings I had in the moments leading up to my suicide attempt. If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide and/or self-injury, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline... Continue Reading →
A great man once walked the Earth. His name was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. King urged for non-violent protest and civil disobedience in the face of tyranny. Dr. King demanded equality for all peoples, regardless of race, religion, gender, or creed. And, most importantly, Dr. King preached love. Love for our enemies. Love... Continue Reading →
...the greatest commandment Christ ever made. Love. Somebody. Anybody. Everybody. Love. Your neighbor. Your enemy. Your tormentor. Just love one another as I have loved you. Love. The most important. Commandment. Ever said. Love.
A majority of posts and tweets I've seen on social media the past twenty-four hours happens to be a lot of insensitivity when it comes to Robin Williams' suicide. "He was a coward," a majority of people are saying. Even Fox News analyst Shepard Smith said yesterday after Williams' death, (http://bit.ly/1oH0F1L), "It’s hard to imagine,... Continue Reading →