God did not create religion. He created man, he then commanded man to multiply and fill the earth. In that very instant, he gave man a precious gift; love, because he said; Love me, then love your brother like you would yourself. Religion is a weed sowed into man's heart by the ruler of the … Continue reading What is Your Drug?
A blank slate. I've hit a wall and I'm intently searching the recesses of my mind for anything worth writing, a scribble even. Really, it's not that I've hit a wall. Quite the opposite actually, I am a dreamer, I hope my visions will never cease, but the block is irrefutable. Communication being a tool … Continue reading Metamorphosis
Matilda sat on the first row. Clasped hands to her midriff, the holy book at her heel, listening to congregate voices, bellowing a tone she'd known since was born with all their energy, they sounded like an approaching thunderstorm. The man she called father sat on a pulpit, glaring earnestly at the crowd who sat with their … Continue reading The Preacher’s Daughter
"Fear is a misperceived and overexaggerated event borne of the human ID. What do you think is out there, human or monster? Micheal mused "I dunno", Alexander was un-flinched by the wild bush and thorns before them, "Only one way to find out", she stepped forward. "Come with me?" Micheal scoffed. "I'm really not … Continue reading Don’t Go into the Woods
Life is a journey and twenty-four years today, I started mine. Coincidentally, Memoirs of Alexander began one year ago, today. What are the odds, right? Lol. I stun, I'm a stunner. But seriously, being twenty-three came with such unexpected growth and awareness, both personally and in social settings. I was and perhaps am still the … Continue reading The Girl Behind Alexander
This period is not only the infamous flu season, but it is the peak of the flu season. Everyone's coughing or sniffling, and it could be especially tricky to "fight the Bug", especially if you're a communal bus rider or work in the education sector; perhaps even in a hospital. Influenza, or the flu, as it … Continue reading 10 Ways to fight the flu
Dr. Fisher Nod if you understand me. Do you think you'll ever really come to terms with who you are? the things you sense and feel but can’t put into words, could you control your sensitivity towards others? Perhaps you've convinced yourself that listening more and talking less makes you a considerate person or even … Continue reading Alexithymic