I’m pretty sure I’ve written this before, and so have many others, but since the message has apparently not gotten through yet, here we go once more. It’s incredible to see how vaccines are still being pushed by politicians, celebrities, and their brainwashed social media army as if they are the height of modern medicine, … Continue reading Things that are healthier than vaccines
Eventually you reach the point where you are (mostly) past all the pain and one day you are walking down the street, as your own self, living your own life, your own magical journey, and you realize. This is what he gave you. Freedom.
Is the lamest, try-hardy, disconnected-from-reality thing I've ever seen. Nothing says "I'm desperate to show you I'm a woke, trendy, good person who's been brainwashed by academia and corporate media" like posting a Juneteenth status on social media to all your white friends. And to black people, it's patronizing at best. I wonder if any … Continue reading White people celebrating “Juneteenth”
It's so weird that weed is legal here now, and you see billboards advertising it everywhere, and people smoking it everywhere. A total reversal of my teenage years, when my dad told me if he found weed in my room, he'd call the cops. (I didn't hardly ever have any, but I did once sew … Continue reading Freedom does NOT come from the government…
I have been thinking a lot lately on the nature of disease and how it expresses differently in different people. Why do some people get acne, while others get obese, while still others develop MS, autoimmune conditions, diabetes, or any of the other myriad mystery illnesses the medical industry can't seem to find any solution … Continue reading Disease & Consciousness
A little while ago, someone asked me, "what do you want?" I think he was possibly asking in terms of a relationship, but I just couldn't allow myself to be vulnerable. So I took it to mean a broader context of life in the world. And though there are many things I want and dream … Continue reading A World without Masks
Nothing like a little contrast to make you reeeeally appreciate something. Today, I was stranded in the middle of nowhere. It took so long to find a Lyft driver that I started getting concerned that I was going to have to walk home. Five hours. Then, that magic moment, a knight in shining armor -- … Continue reading The best Lyft of my life