The Tower

Ancient wisdom is not to be dismissed. It often appears that those in ancient times understood far more about human nature than we do today. With our modern focus on data and information, thinking that people are simply biological machines, we seem to miss the knowledge that had already been gained centuries upon centuries before. … Continue reading The Tower

Bourbon – a poem

"Bourbon"a poem by Jeremy C Kester My fingers touch around glassWeighted with my emotionsChilled on bourbon and iceTrying to dull my sense hereWhere I need to forget it allWhere escape seems the rightBut I sip still my quiverAnd inhale the intoxication Poem written by Jeremy C Kester©2021 Jeremy C Kester – All Rights Reserved

Progress – 2-24-2021 Edition

Two days. That was all that I’ve missed in a little over two months. Even still, those two days were (not) planned. My family had to make a special trip into Philadelphia, which since it is cheaper to drive (albeit much longer time-wise), that is what we did. The trip to and the trip back … Continue reading Progress – 2-24-2021 Edition

What Story…

It is a simple question, right? What is the story that we are telling ourselves? As we operate through the day, as we interact with the world, as it acts upon us or vice versa, what story are we telling about it? While it might feel like a funny way of looking at it, but … Continue reading What Story…

Distracted Focus

An interesting concept came up the other day. It involved the idea of daydreaming about the future and waiting for things to happen. In this case, it was discussing the idea that happiness didn’t have to wait for the terms of such things of, “I’ll be happy when I get a new house,” or “I’ll … Continue reading Distracted Focus