"There are 100 steps on the ladder of consciousness between being fully alert and being dead. To put a patient under, they bring them down only to the 10th rung. Beneath that is a descending gray-scale like the depths of an ocean no one has explored."
We may be “woke” but only to the level of consciousness exhibited through the depth of understanding. Synthesis displayed by the use of knowledge to rise to the height of this existence, together.
…asked for a description of fashion and style during the last century. At first I wasn’t sure who was doing the asking or why it was important but I tend to be an obedient scribe. […]
Shopping is a social activity. No matter what you’re selling; take a page out of the Social Selling manual and remember “All Business is Personal” Source: Paid Reviews
Not only do I have to take time to read the book– but I also must put the pen to paper and write about it. That’s a paid critic’s job. Not leisure reading and reviewing. […]
Reports indicate the earliest recorded photograph may have been taken in 1825. And we have been snapping pictures ever since. This photo of my great-great grandmother isn’t the oldest photo in our collection, but it’s […]
It all begins with the character. The story has its genesis in the character. Without the character – there is no story. Having a problem with writing your novel? Return to the protagonist. If […]
You can choose wisely, be an excellent decision-maker but when it comes to taking action, if you have no follow-through then it is all for naught. Can you count on yourself to do what’s best? […]
"The opposite of Hope is fear."
Life is woven; it’s not linear. Yet, we engage life based on some imaginary biological clock’s progression. This is both redundant and presumptive. Proper living is making use of available resources regardless of what “socially […]
Imagine living your whole life wishing you were someone/something else. Waking up in the morning, looking in the mirror seeing your face then covering it up with the looks of someone you’ve seen in a […]
Any place you don't leave is a prison.