It’s possible to have an extremely potent, spiritual bond with another person, but it seems like so much of what we’re experiencing these days is an addiction to unavailable love. It feels like a sniper has hijacked our consciousness and we are confusing their masquerade with love. Some time ago, I had deep feelings for … Continue reading Coming To Terms With a Twin/Trauma Bond.
Just to get this out of the way, and in case you hadn’t already noticed, I hold a longstanding dim view of Donald Trump’s performance in his job as our Supreme Leader, and that certainly includes his performance during the current COVID-19 health crisis. He was slow to recognize the seriousness of the threat to … Continue reading The New Human Truths About COVID-19
Doing things a little differently today. I'll be putting out brief notes from my mental composition for the world to see. See, I think I had the world figured out wrong. In reality, I've been escaping the bullshit that's going on. I have a chip on my shoulder the size of my baby nephews head. … Continue reading The Transition: My Darkest Edition
Lynne Sladky/Associated Press 12/13/19 The Los Angeles Lakers moved to 23-3 with last nights win, good enough for the league's best record alongside the Milwaukee Bucks. The Heat in turn were handed their first home game loss in 12 tries this season but still hold a 18-7 record, which puts them at third in the … Continue reading NBA: THE IRRELEVANCE OF THE L2M REPORT
“All children are born artists. The problem is to remain an artist as we grow up.” ~Pablo Picasso There was a period in my life, some time ago, when I was utterly unhappy. I was feeling a burden deep within me that did not allow me to enjoy myself. I had become too much of an introvert, my relationships with … Continue reading Expressing Yourself Artistically
Simon R. Lopez (Left) with son, Simon A. Lopez Jr. (right) My father died over two years ago and I have had at least two vivid dreams with him in it. In both cases the dream did not feel like the typical run of the mill dream. Instead the dream had a kind of hyper-real … Continue reading Metaphysical Dreamer
Stress -- we're all too familiar with it. More of us than ever are feeling the relentless pressure of busy lives, professional uncertainty and it is taking its toll. In the US, stress related ailments cost the nation $300 billion every year in medical bills and lost productivity. But it seems some people are able … Continue reading Mistaken ID — The Guide To Finding Yourself And The Right Career Choice.
Everyone is well aware of the importance of filling your own cup first or you will end up with nothing to give to others. Yet for some reason, something holds you back from taking care of your own basic needs. “What would people think of me?” I ask myself. Am I afraid people will start … Continue reading Putting The Oxygen Mask On Yourself First
Well I never called you grandpa, I called you Bobby gramps. I always felt something special because I had something no one else did, I had my very own Bobby gramps. I never had an actual grandfather but with you... with you I had someone who was like a grandfather to me, but I was … Continue reading Open Letter To My Grandfather