Bradburyesque

Ray Bradbury is probably one of my favorite authors. His way of putting thought together into ideas that build images is simply incredible. It never fails to amaze me when I read his short stories how much world he can build in so little time. In only a few sentences he can transport you to…

Downpour

“Downpour, did I make you proud?” This is my favorite line from Jeremy Messersmith’s “Ghost”. To me, it evokes the feeling I get whenever I think about my current life situation. Every person I get close to is like a downpour, overwhelming me and irrevocably changing me in ways I often can’t understand until long…

Let’s Get Out Of Here

I’ll freely admit there’s things I miss about my old Buick. Something about how plush the seats were, the missing suspension, the smooth ride and way it swayed all over on the road, were just like home. But now that I’ve got a much newer car, I find it hard to miss the rest of…

Focus (Or the Art of Never Coming Back Again)

We often forget the importance of focus in life. Not some stupid concept around keeping focus while reading, writing or the sundry work-life applications that every self-help author touts, but real focus. We can consolidate our eyes and minds to a singular thing or task with little effort, if we apply ourselves just a bit….