Archive for May, 2014

Understanding My Hate

May 27, 2014
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Understanding My Hate

Is this what bloggers and columnists are reduced to? Voicing our thoughts only in the wake of major news (unlike media outlets, which keep regurgitating facts)? I’m not here to discuss Elliot Rodger. He had his own issues. What I want to talk about is hate. Now, for the most controversial statements I will...
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“Why are you doing this?”

May 20, 2014
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I’m grateful to have a job. Not everyone is so lucky. It pays well enough to allow me to live in California, eat well, entertain my friends, and pay off some credit card debt. I try to remind myself of this when impermanent circumstances make me consider quitting. It’s not that my boss is...
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The Test

May 16, 2014
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In some respects, being back in the US is no different than another experience abroad. I have to learn how to speak to the locals, how to get around, and how to deal with making a living and finding the happy. It has everything I want when it comes to travel, but for some...
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What Makes Me Burn

May 6, 2014
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I’ve been absorbing quite a bit of material over the last month, but haven’t really felt inspired to produce anything of my own. This should tell me that travel is conducive to my writing, but I’d like to believe that I can write about anything anywhere if only I would learn to find inspiration...
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