The morbid reality of life is happening all the time folks. Life is so full of suffering. Death happens, and people are really out here dying because they are unable to carry the burden of their suffering. But when it’s not happening to us, what are we doing? Being oblivious to the fact that it’s… Read More Running Into The Battlefield
I never write on my blog unless I can succesfully turn my incoherent jumbled mess of thoughts, into coherent words. Now it seems like I’m starting to make a book from the blogs I’ve started without finishing.
I recently closed a chapter of my life, so it feels good to find a new me. I have so many people to thank. There are people who played roles and made contributions to the plot line. I know one of those people is Megan Baich. I’ve been remembering how much we opened up to… Read More For My Fallen Friend, Megan Baisch
I made a lot of close friends last semester. One stuck out from the crowd. We related to eachother. In a school as relatively non-diverse as mine, she was the black sheep. As we got to know eachother, she felt more and more like a real person. As real as I feel, she also felt… Read More Letter to a Friend
Megan Naomi is an artist attending Utah Valley University. I’ve had the glorious honor of hanging out with Megan to talk to her about her truly divine creations of art. On her website Megan is described as, “A contributor to the beauty and color of people’s lives. Her abstract and bright paintings are created with… Read More We Don’t Make Mistakes, Just Happy Little Accidents