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The 2K11 24/7 CCXCIII: Don’t Call it a Comeback!!!

The other day, someone awoke something in me that I hadn’t felt for quite some time. It’s been eating away at me a little nibble at a time since, ever-so-slightly changing my actions, thoughts, plans and behaviour. They managed to get under my skin and start to bring […]

The 2K11 24/7 CCLXXXIX: Inspirational Sundays — Maurice Ashley

Earlier today, I was taking a break and indulging in some TV (a rarity for me), when on PBS, I came across a documentary called America Beyond the Color Line. While I don’t often have the patience or attention span to sit through a documentary, this one struck a […]

The 2K11 24/7 CCLXXXVIII: A Mention of Reinvention

Do you ever wake up feeling like you’re living someone else’s life? Like you’re just going through the motions day by day and you’re not really connecting with everything going on around you? That’s definitely me some mornings — the ones where I wake up a little unsure […]

The 2K11 24/7 CCLXXXVII: A Thankless People

Some people are just plain rude. But collectively? It’s even worse! Gone are the days where holding doors, offering seats and saying please and thank you come naturally to people. Instead, we’re self-absorbed, spiteful and just constantly downtrodden about the state of the world around us. This past Thanksgiving our pastor gave a […]

The 2K11 24/7 CCLXXXVI: The Best Tool is the One You Have With You

The 80s was a time where anything was possible. Computers were still a huge unknown to the world — much less the Internet which was something only used in its infancy by an elite few — imagination was still key. Phones were bigger, fashion was insane, and many of the problems that seem to […]

The 2K11 24/7 CCLXXXV: Now or Later

Someone once asked me which of the two were more important — living for the moment or striving for goals. The argument that she gave me was that it was a desire for a carefree existence, not concerning oneself with the lessons that may have been learned from the past nor planning for […]

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