It took me a minute….. to deal with, process, grow, etc. I love this phrase, but to some people it sounds dumb; referring to a larger, quantitative, span of time as a minute. Understandably, it probably took a lot longer than 60 seconds. A minute of time is different than a minute in time. Has […]
Fact #3 is a cautionary fact. Ignore at your own peril. When coming to a four way stop, the Right of Way Knowledge of any vehicle possessing a smashed front end should be questioned.
I like him. I love him! He is the worst. Who? Let’s face it, our truth is not static. Facts change. Free The Truth is dedicated to challenging beliefs and being open to new insights. But I wouldn’t be doing my job if I didn’t question my own assertions. To challenge a flexible truth, here […]
I was searching for a little stress relief in a last minute cram session…. When what delicious bliss should bear presence upon my ravenous ears….. Little Wing, ripping off the lengths of a Soul Blown Microphone….. tickling and giggling those fret-filling fingers, all the way down to my toes. (Oh, my soul for some blues!) […]
Challenging Free The Truth, one fact at a time
It’s not the worst, but the first and the last, that cause the most damage
Consequences are intended to act as deterrents, rather than just punishments. May the crazed acts of desperate mothers deter our children from future misbehaviors
Follow me home, if I don’t get us lost first
A quick course correction, navigating the hurdles of identity change.
Oh No, No No Don’t put the…. Ugh! Magnets on the TV.
It was just a walk by, but my side eye caught a glance, Of my silken silouhette, dancing pirouette, broom in hand. From this angle, line of sight, Reflection mirrored in new light. These curves and these dimples, how they shined and glistened. Like the floors I’d been sweeping And the tubs I’d been scrubbing. […]
The gates open and blind mice begin running. They lurch forward only to discover they are teathered to their owner’s collars. Chew off their feet and eat through their neighbors, for a chance to play the Master’s game, this rat race we are all playing. They would burn their eyes for a glance of the same prize. […]
A quick update
Please pay attention to your surroundings as you enjoy this sunny season. Life can change in an instance, and so often does. Don’t let your choices turn into a matter of consequences, in life and in weather.
Please join me for this week’s edition of Time Bandits; a collection of the best the blogosphere has to offer.
My writing conundrum
The First in a series, tying music to memories; the music that is more than just a song to me, but a piece of my soul.
Another addition to Free The Truth’s Life Hack Series: This time disproving the myth of the common hiccups
Busy Busy Bee, here is a place to come find me. Stop by and check out the best of the blogosphere on this week’s edition of Time Bandit
This place just isn’t the same without you!
Sometimes it’s better to persefail than to keep fighting for perseverance.
The one truth that will never change, no matter how much you do.
I don’t know how I ever got anything posted on such an amazing site for being able to lower my word count; it just boggles the mind because I usually can’t seem to cut out all the incredibly unnecessary words in order to make nice, neat, succinct sentences. 🙂
Quick Note Tomorrow will be the second running of my new weekly post time bandits. What will you chose to share this week with your fellow time savers; your best of the week, all time, or a favorite from another blogger? Please be sure to join me and post a link on Time Bandits this […]
The forgotten virtue
Influence evidenced through auto-correct
A discussion on the idea of purposeful mediation, consciously choosing to connect with others.
Cinco De Mayo
The origins behind Free The Truth
Alan Watts, my main man!
The final, full version of Reflections in the Pond. This furry, allegorical fable is full of humor, inspiration, and truth. In writing this piece, I had a lofty goal of appealing to people of all belief systems and backgrounds; along with creating a story where the lesson you learn changes every time you open the pages. It is not a fairy tale about how things should be, but a fable that is eerily similar to the way things often are. Please enjoy!
making an arse out of myself, one word at a time.
The finale event of our coming of age, forest fable. Heartwarming and Heartbreaking, c’est la vie Thank you for taking this journey with me!
A group of teenagers contemplate deep esoteric questions in life and prove the value of friendship in the fourth part of Reflections in the Pond
The continuation of this furry fable finds the father and son Beaver debating rights and roots.
The continuation of this furry fable finds the Beaver family working hard to control forces of nature that may just be beyond their control.
A forest fable, where the lessons you take from the story are the ones you are ready to learn. May you see something different every time you read it. (scene one)
Biggest Pet Peeve of All Time: Talking about the weather. Why? Because there is so much more to talk about, so much more that needs to be talked about. But the weather is comfortable, easy, non-combative. The implications of this sickens me. As if humans have nothing more in common than the sky above us. Just because […]
Curbside note left on a box of funeral ashes
Please join me in this very important conversation. Because Black Lives Do Matter! And so do Blue! And they are both in danger!
Years of running, one broken down door to the next. One thousand, five thousand, ten thousand dollars paid to end my life. Sometimes it was only a quarter ounce, a dime bag, a line. My life clearly not worth much, not to thee, or me, or even police Used as bait and tossed aside, with […]