Saturday, February 7, 2015

What's wrong with exceptional!?

I feel as though it has become commonplace to use "being a member of the human race" as a crutch. It's true, we all make mistakes but that doesn't prohibit us from being exceptional. Not being perfect isn't an excuse for consciously compromising our integrity. We are in a time that tolerates being mediocre and celebrates the obtaining of the illusion rather than the reality. But if we are going to be on this earth, why not be exceptional!? "I'm only human" is the common phase used to pardon our indiscretions. But we forget the true greatness of humans. We tend to celebrate the people who have walked into their greatness and elevated themselves instead of noticing they were just simply showing us our own potential. They were human as we are, they just made the choice to be exceptional. This life should be spent exploring, then exceeding our own unique greatness. Not by the measure of society but by the fulfillment of our own souls. It's not until we reach beyond our grasp that we can expand beyond our "human" limitations. BE EXCEPTIONAL!!

Thursday, January 15, 2015


Today we are presented with the opportunity to make this day into whatever we want it to be. We are able to BE whoever we choose to be. Today we have the opportunity to find hope and beauty in the reflections of the mirror. Even if we have fallen short of being our best in the past or may fall short in the future. Today, we can be the highest vision that we have of ourselves.

Friday, December 5, 2014

The new Cow-Milk Relationship Philosophy

I was chatting with a friend today about relationships and men's "inability to commit". The old saying "why buy the cow when you can get the milk for free" came up. More than just sex, many men want the attention and affection that comes with being in a relationship without all the other things that come along with commitment. And as I tried to explain my stance on my own commitment issues, I came up with a clear milk-cow understanding of where I am. 

"I like milk, but I don't crave it. I'll take it if it's offered for free. But if it's not, I'm not buying a cow."

So until I start craving it or I meet a cow that does way more than gives milk, I'll just drink water. 

Side note: I expect the highest quality, even if it's free. I'm not a charity case. 

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