(chapter 26/30 of a book I’m writing called Overcoming Financial Failure: A Peace Treaty with the System. Pre-order the ebook here for any price you want, to be released Jan. 3, 2017. xox)
So far on this journey, we … Continue reading
I am in a dried out riverbed, at the base of a dam.
Not literally. It’s a metaphor thing.
This dried out river twists and turns, and goes on seemingly forever. It’s my life’s course. My goal is to travel … Continue reading
I recall this time, maybe ten years ago.
Strung out on dxm, probably after a few consecutive days of use. Some friends and I were about to go get some more for the night ahead.
I was clearly conflicted about … Continue reading
I have a dire aversion to morning routines…
I seem to thrive on chaos, in some ways. I’d be content to just jump from one thing to the next in an undetermined order according to my whims and fancies. That … Continue reading
When I am running on the treadmill, I am my own client.
I can be so very deluded sometimes.
When I am in good form I catch myself while saying and thinking self-limiting words. Noticing them gives me a chance to turn them around.
I guess when I am in ULTRA good … Continue reading
I once led an economics class to a mass exodus. I was Moses, freeing the slaves from Egypt.
From a vicious Pharaoh.
It was ninth or tenth grade. Economics was an elective for my class. I signed up because (for … Continue reading