I don’t drink coffee, cigarettes are anathema, and I hate everyone else’s addictions with as much conviction as I love their counterparts.
“People need to NOT embrace this “not my president” shit. That’s how we got here in the first place. People who refused to accept Obama, and vowed revenge upon a 50% constituency that raised him up.
“This is a union divided.
Do the bad things that happen to us in our lives need to happen? The events which transpire in our lives shape us and define us.
You are loved. We rarely say it to each other, if not at large.
Fashion Wastes. Seriously. We should care, but we don’t. As is the case with far too many problems that are out of sight, we don’t recognize that we are careening haphazardly for disaster.
Do you feel satisfied? We are all searching for meaning in the unknown. Life, we’ll say. Whether God, purpose, money or love our answers lie in the undetermined (or what we believe to be).
Hank Lihn is the executive producer of Here one minute, a film about the tragedies resulting from prescription medication misuse. The film is available here and TC readers are invited to its premier on June 6th.
There’s an apology inherent in a goodbye. A special place we reserve for lost love, when we turn toward a new beginning.
Surrender to the moment, the emotion, or the present. The first step is to just give in to it. All of it.