Month: April 2017

Seek the joy in your work

April 23, 2017

Since July of last year, I’ve lost approximately eighty pounds, and counting. I don’t say this to brag; that I mention it at all now suggests, I hope, a purer intent, something more worthwhile and less self-serving than narcissism. Iterative transformation over time obscures my ability to see the details, to note the smallest changes, […]

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We are not yet dead

April 19, 2017

Dear reader, Hope transcends despair in an anxious world, the expected fulfillment of the undefined and idealistic future, a human yearning, describes for us the approach to the daily task. Hope offers definition and a purpose to the nebulous everyday, as our memories grant recognizable bodies to ghosts. We remember the dead as they lived. I […]

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