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I'm saddened to see the politicization of tragedy is already amongst us. Cognitive dissonance reigns supreme on both sides. I fell in love with a city in the desert. El Paso is where I plan to make my home. Watching this tragedy unfold through the news hurts the heart. Seeing the narratives overtake cuts deeper … Continue reading Sadness for El Paso
It was surreal. I'm not sure I'll ever be able to finish processing what I saw, but I know that it'll never be complete without delving into the human side of it... the heart of it... from the pain expressed as much as possible through the pen. (cont.)
I used to think "how did the psyche allow complicity to creep in resulting in such barbarous behavior from Germans towards their fellow Germans and fellow man?"
We humanize storms by giving them names.
What's the right way to pay tribute? Is it a post? Is it a picture? A poem? How should it be done... and done properly? I don't need the condolences or attention, but I think it appropriate to say something. The world is rife with hate, but when you lose someone you bonded with, even … Continue reading A Friend Gone, A Heavy Heart
I made a few comments before going to bed following the drop of the Barr Summary of the Mueller Report, but mostly I wanted to let the ink dry and evaluate behavior following the event. As I woke up this morning, I saw that collectivists and opponents did not fail to disappoint. Like any other … Continue reading Dropping Those Barrs