Before I start this, I should probably get a few things out on the table. I am a man. I am white. I am heterosexual; in the current vernacular I am cisgender. And I don’t believe in a god. I tell you these things up front because in some corners of the Internet these things […]
The owner of the house had torn out the grass, bushes, trees and whatever else was living, and created an entirely artificial landscape: artificial turf for a lawn, plastic flowers in concrete pots. Nearly everything living had been covered over or removed altogether.
It’s a long painful history that continues to repeat itself. The greatest thing we can do as a human population is to finally break the chains that our minds have been tightened with; release our intellect to combat the immoral and unethical need to submit one’s self to anyone or any ideal.
I don’t have kids, and probably never will, but I still find myself surrounded by little girls. Many of my friends have them, and my sister has one who will be five later this year. They are cute.
What isn’t cute is when the collective world encourages “the cuteness” of their fear of something.
When we started Life As A Human 6 years ago, a huge part of our vision was to create a place that gave authors, artists and photographers an opportunity to have their work seen by a large and diverse audience across the world. It is such a delight to be able to say that we have achieved that.
Riots and protests are happening for a reason – we need to listen to those ‘voices’ and seek change as an entire nation.
Wow! Another year has passed as we close in on 4000 articles from over 750 contributors!
Following your bliss is not about the gratifying the desire for personal pleasure; it is rather about “doing what you absolutely must do to be yourself.”
Following your bliss is not about gratifying your personal desire for pleasure; it is about “doing what you absolutely must do to be yourself.”
When I look deeper, I see another symptom of class warfare. Why do I see this? Because even as I write this, I know that those who don’t take the bus probably don’t care about the situation. $2.25 is no different than $3.25 to some, but to others, it is the difference between being here or there.