May is the month of Mental Illness Awareness so I’m behind a little bit. I decided to post quotes about mental illness and health. Here they are in no particular order.
I’ve been feeling under the weather, which is a weird phrase, because now I’m trying to picture actually being under the weather. Technically, we are as in the sun shines down on us and when it rains, we get wet. I’ve been missing the… Continue Reading “Journal Entry Type #18: Fall Leaves”
From the moment I was born, I knew, I recognized my mother’s face and my father’s toxicity pumped through my veins, thicker than blood. I tried to extract it and still something triggered change from deep within, and over time I grew accustomed to… Continue Reading “Poem: I Knew”
The one alone, sitting in the corner, imagining something better for himself, ask how old am I? Give me an answer, scream it if you have to in a different tongue, mouth wide open. From where you linger, to your shadow on the wall,… Continue Reading “Poem: Open”
One thing I like to do is watch dogs being rescued. Most of the dogs are in poor shape, starving, mistreated, and ignored until someone comes along to help it. I warn you if you have a weakness/intolerance for this content, then please don’t… Continue Reading “Dog Rescues from Around the World”
As I’m not eating because I needed to fast for a medical test, I decided to preoccupy my time by posting a few out of the hundreds of cards I store in my closet. It’s finally getting cooler in Nevada, if you think 90s… Continue Reading “A Glacier Does What a Glacier’s Supposed to Do”
This information comes from a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and writer, William Dietrich. He wrote an article about the odds of success as a writer in 2013 for Huffington Post. He speaks of the millions of dollars writers made in 2012 (yes, I realize… Continue Reading “Persistence is the Key to Writing, not the Money Although it Doesn’t Hurt!”
Quote from Breaker Morant by Major Thomas “The barbarities of war are seldom committed by abnormal men. The tragedy of war is that these horrors are committed by normal men in abnormal situations.” Finally, Eight Years Later It took me around eight years to… Continue Reading “Movie Review: Breaker Morant (1980)”