When?

At what point does one give up? It’s a reasonable question with an answer that almost never is certain. “It depends” seems to be the most reasonable reply. Even still, that brings forward more questions — meaning that it isn’t an adequate answer. So how then does one answer the question? This question slides into … Continue reading When?

Running

It happened two days ago. While dozing off in the evening after trying to get the motivation to sit in front of the computer — or maybe even get a tablet and a pen — I got up and went for a run. It was a brief run, but it was a run nonetheless. I … Continue reading Running

Rebuilding Habits

Recent weeks and months have brought with it the steady decline of my writing habits. I’ve thought periodically as to why that is the case and while there are many reasons why, getting back into the habit of daily writing activities is more important. The thing is, whether it be writing blog posts for here … Continue reading Rebuilding Habits

The Balancing Act

Reading is important. In fact, I would argue that it is the single most important things in a society — having a literate citizenry. I am not saying that every citizen should be an avid reader (although I wouldn’t be against that), however it should be made so that every citizen be able to read. … Continue reading The Balancing Act

Choice of Action

Problems exist everywhere. There’s obstacles, setbacks, failures, and other things there that often derail ours’ and others’ goals. Whether we like it or not, they exist. They always will exist. Many are self-inflicted, and many are simply a condition of nature — they happen because they happen. What are you doing about it? It’s a … Continue reading Choice of Action