After reading an article, Learning the Secret to Mastery: An Interview with Robert Greene, which discussed childhood dreams, I felt challenged to contemplate my own childhood dreams. I don't remember what I wanted to be when I was five or six, but I do remember a couple of years later consumed with writing. I wrote in my …

Indefinable Surreality

There is an indefinable surreality that accompanies movement from one place to another; especially, when arrival at said place is meant to be permanent. This permanency lends a different hue to all feelings and adjustments. This surreality is neither scintillating nor depressing, only an observation of what is and evidence of how quick things change. As in my own …

Thrown Off Course

There are many moments that come to pass in one's life. Moments that create different avenues to travel, depending on the action implemented. The determination of which action is needed can be allusive and difficult to conceptualize at times. And let's not forget the feelings that erupt unexpectedly that throw us off course, causing us …