To begin a process of contemplation, one must begin with these four premises. They are self-explanatory.

  1. Life happens in the present, so you don’t have a minute to waste.
  2. The past was meant to be learned from, not to be re-lived in the present. Regrets are useless because you can’t go back and remake the past.
  3. All your experiences and people in your life, whether you see them as good or bad, helped shape who you are today.
  4. You are the only one responsible for changing your current life to the one you want.

Self-Reflection 101 // The Good Men Project

The Week’s End // Coronavirus Edition

This week has been overwhelming, to say the least. A lot of us have been away from work, friends and family, and a lot of us have been working overtime to keep society moving and to care for those most in need. The weekend is on the way now, and my hope is that all… Continue reading The Week’s End // Coronavirus Edition

The Week’s End // A Thought-Provoking Round-Up

Happy weekend readers! If you’re looking for some interesting things to read, watch, and think about while you kick back and relax, look no further, here are my favorite things from around the web this week: 1. “Remembering some of the artists, innovators and thinkers we lost in the past year.” — The Lives They… Continue reading The Week’s End // A Thought-Provoking Round-Up

The Week’s End // A Thought-Provoking Round-Up

Happy Saturday everyone! If you’re looking for some interesting things to read or watch while you kick back and relax, look no further, here are my favorite things from around the web this week: 1. “A wealth tax is a tax on accumulated fortunes, not on [the income of] people that are going out and… Continue reading The Week’s End // A Thought-Provoking Round-Up

The Week’s End // A Thought-Provoking Round-Up

Happy Saturday everyone! If you’re looking for some interesting things to read or watch while you kick back and relax, look no further, here are my favorite things from around the web this week: 1. “Thunberg is 16 but looks 12. She usually wears her light brown hair pulled into two braids, parted in the… Continue reading The Week’s End // A Thought-Provoking Round-Up

The Week’s End // A Thought-Provoking Round-Up

Happy Saturday everyone! If you’re looking for some interesting things to read or watch while you kick back and relax, look no further, here are my favorite things from around the web this week: 1. “I’m just a guy who’s had 21 years worth of anxiety fixes tried on him by doctors and cognitive behavioral… Continue reading The Week’s End // A Thought-Provoking Round-Up

The Week’s End // A Thought-Provoking Round-Up

Happy Saturday everyone! If you’re looking for some interesting things to read and see while you kick back and relax, look no further, here are my favorite things from around the web this week: 1. “Our story is a tragedy. I know it sounds odd, but that belief does not depress me. It focuses me.”… Continue reading The Week’s End // A Thought-Provoking Round-Up

The Week’s End

Happy Saturday everyone! If you’re looking for some interesting things to read and see while you kick back and relax, look no further, here is the best from around the web this week, according to me. 1. “What you do is you keep all of your passions at play in your life. So, if there… Continue reading The Week’s End

The Week’s End // A Collection of Inspiring Art and Words

Happy Saturday everyone! If you’re looking for some interesting things to read and see while you kick back and relax, look no further, here is the best from around the web this week, according to me. 1. The simple, yet expressive digital illustrations of Sharia Barzilay. 2. “Here’s one way to discourage people from indulging… Continue reading The Week’s End // A Collection of Inspiring Art and Words