Monthly Archives: January 2013

2013 = The year of the Crossroad.

What an interesting time of our lives. I know, personally, I feel like I’ve approached a crossroad. One where the actions I take in the next few months are going to profoundly impact the next few years. Now, it’s important … Continue reading

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Your body is a temple. Give it the worship it desires.

No citizen has a right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training. What  disgrace it is for a man to grow old without ever seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable.  -Socrates I’m … Continue reading

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Subway folk are odd. Just ask Chuck.

“It’s true, you know.” I had to look over to see old man sitting down from me, bouncing with the rest of us as the subway we were on flew over uneven ground. Still uncertain I was the one he … Continue reading

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Is it too much to wish for restful slumber To where the nights aren’t spent agonizing Constant turmoil, churning Where the worry of what has passed Is only bested by the worry of what has yet to be It’s not … Continue reading

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Gut punches and silver linings

Ever been punched in the gut, literally or figuratively? Maybe you fully expected to get a job/promotion/good grade/etc and were met with a disappointing outcome. Or maybe you were drunk and accidentally told that guy at the bar, who was … Continue reading

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Exploring fun time.

The headlights of Jordan’s car bounced wildly as we made our way up the dirt road. I was getting annoyed at the fact that this road kept making me do my best bobble head impression, as we crept along slowly … Continue reading

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On comfort

One of the hardest things for people to do is to step outside their comfort zone. We find what feels familiar and safe, and we often convince ourselves that it is the best course of action. I submit that a … Continue reading

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