The Act of Unbecoming:


Photograph by Keith Hardy The Act of Unbecoming: Today, I listened to Naval Ravikant’s conversation with Dr. Kapil Gupta available here.  Their conversation spans plenty of worthwhile topics and I wish to share with you … Read More

The Noise


Photograph by Mohammad Metri Around both success and failure, there’s something called noise. Noise is the “stuff” which occurs around events. Noise is almost never good. Noise doesn’t matter; whether it’s internal or external. It … Read More

The Societal Compromise


Photograph by Rupert Britton In our daily lives, we’re gripped with both the issues of society and of the self. These issues differ significantly from society-to-society and person-to-person. Nonetheless, the approach to these issues remain … Read More

Courage Within Limitations


Photograph by Cecily Chenault Our perception is flawed and we should be skeptical of our own ability to perceive and understand the truths of this world. At times, we find ourselves feeling superior to dogs; … Read More

One Last Breath


Photograph by Matteo Silvestri Sometimes, we’re called upon to sit and hold the hand of a dying elder. Someone we’ve spend time talking to and loving. Now, her eyes are closed and she’s laying upon … Read More

Respecting Subjective Meaning


Photograph by Jon Tyson While walking to work, I witnessed something special and encouraging about the human spirit. By the Starbucks on 28th and Park, there’s generally a homeless gentleman nestled within the South East … Read More

The Journey


Photograph by Zoltan Tasi Like Dante, you came into existence with a question. Your question carries with it a journey. A special journey designed specifically for you. You’ll have guides, obstacles and insight. A guide … Read More

The Weakness of Strength


Photograph by Hassan Ishan We all have strengths. When we look at our friends and family; we know their strengths. They may be friendly, polite, intelligent or strong. It varies from person to person and … Read More

Moving too quickly


Photograph by Kristopher Roller There’s a constant unspoken ideological tug-of-war with the old-guard on the left and artists on the right. The old-guard protects us from ever-hastening change and reminds us of our roots; for … Read More