The Necessity (and Inevitability) of Purpose

A brief look into the nature of thought and purpose.

History Revisited and a Tiger Mauling: I’ve Been Away!

Where have I been? Everywhere

A Goal You Can Quit is the Hardest to Achieve

A man does not know the true measure of himself until he has been challenged. It is in the conscious decision to continue when the mind and body demand cessation, to persevere against adversity that shows whether or not a man is worth the skin he wears and the space he inhabits. Fruits of labor … Continue reading

What Path Will I Tread: A Wordy Rant on Being in Limbo

I have no great words to begin this tirade. I am sitting, alone and unwashed, on a couch I outwardly despise and inwardly tolerate. It wasn’t my first choice, or my second, but a compromise born out of necessity. It is a terrible thing, to have the time to contemplate a couch. I would much … Continue reading

I Woke Up Today and I’m 23. When Did That Happen?

I’m a little kid in a big suit, but aren’t we all?

Out of My Way: Determination Will Prevail

Just because someone says you can’t doesn’t mean they’re right.

Idealist Societies: A Response to Zeitgeist II, Addendum

A detailed response to Zeitgeist II, Addendum in which I describe the merits and short-comings of the documentary, as well as quote a financial insider.

Traveling Heroes: Respect and Gratitude to our Armed Forces

When you see a soldier in an airport, make sure he or she knows how much you appreciate what they’re leaving to do.

You Can’t Eat Your Degree: Jobless after College

Who else has a framed degree and no office to put it in?

Conservatives and Liberals: White or Black Isn’t Reality

Republicans and Conservatives argue like it’s their job. Well, it kind of is their job. Where do I stand?