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No ragrets

I know I’ve said this a million times, but I try to live with no regrets. I’ve always believed that all of the things that I’ve chosen, done, seen, and said have led me to where I am and who I am today. 488 more words

13. Voyeur

I’ve been sitting here working all day, and all I have been able think of has been taking my clothes off.  Sometimes, I just find wearing clothes repulsive.  668 more words


Boredom and Motivation

Boredom is the result of life’s unfulfilled dreams. Dream big and dream often.


Treaties on "chicken"

The “chicken” is one of the most contested topics in modern day society. Individuals find themselves mostly unable to define succinctly what “chicken” is, many choose to voice questions as regards the biological representation of the word and while the assumption is not totally incorrect, it isn’t what we mean when we say the “chicken”. 621 more words

The Strangest

Summer Again


I want to be the fool and live


through your eyes and body


you are tired and go back to


a mother bear in her cave… 15 more words


The Clock-Watcher's Punch In The Gut

Last Monday, as I taught my graduate seminar on The Nature of Law, one of the students in attendance turned to look at the clock: we still had some forty-five minutes to go in a two-hour meeting. 504 more words

Teaching Philosophy

Sunday, April 12, 2015 Easter 2 – Not Playing Games

Why is it that we focus in so tightly on the words? I mean I understand focusing in on the Word, capital “w” but why is it that the apostles and then we, their descendants are so amazingly wordy? 2,051 more words