Category Archives: Essays

The Rights to be Offensive and Offended


In response to how much I am seeing people (in the news and in my personal life) try to force their opinions and beliefs upon others because they are offended, and find _____ behavior or expression offensive. How many times … Continue reading

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Hard Truth vs. Little White Lie


A crisis of¬†conscience seems to occur for many people when it comes to the matter of should they tell someone a hard truth, that would hurt that person, or a little white lie to try to protect that person.¬† Many … Continue reading

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A Crossing Between Worlds


Ladies and Gentlemen, may I have your attention, please? Look below and enter a world know, yet unseen. A new perspective on the world surrounding you, if you would allow. Do not fear what you have yet to see, embrace it and all the wonder there is to behold, by opening yourself to another’s senses. Continue reading

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What It Means To Be A Writer


In an attempt to lure my Muse out of hiding I decided to forgo fiction for a post and try my hand at a poorly written essay, upon the topic of what it means to be a writer. The brain-thoughts that this post originated from were inspired by skeltzer’s post, “To Blog Or Not To Blog” at Over Here. Enjoy, feedback in the form of comments always welcome. Continue reading

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