“From The Mind Of Critic: 2014/2015”
This is the first of many collections “From the Mind Of Critic.” The short essays can be flipped through randomly, or read in succession. They run the gamut of human emotions from love, to hate, to fear. Along with a healthy dose of politics, humanism, unity, accountability and truth, this collection will hopefully stir the pot just enough to start conversations. For if we simply talk to each other like human beings, we’d find that many of our generational issues can be solved. Emotions soften when fog lifts, making us realize we agree on a lot more than we disagree. We just need to get out of our own way, and remember, everything we need to know we learned in kindergarten.
Excerpts From, “From The Mind Of Critic: 2014/2015”
“We change our perspective, by remembering a few bad events don’t represent the entire human experience. Laughter and light will prevail, once we allow it to.”
“Feeding our soul is just as important as feeding our body. If our goal in life is to be satisfied, let’s satisfy more than just our physical body, but our entire being.”
“Knowing the difference between right and wrong, is like knowing the difference between truth and untruth, we have to be honest with ourselves to decide. Honesty is what gives our lives authenticity, and if we’re not going to live authentically, what’s the point of anything?”
“If people understood what united we stand and divided we fall really means, prejudice, subjugation and persecution wouldn’t exist. The thought that a specific group is the problem wouldn’t enter our thought process, because we’d realize, most of the world’s problems, are extensions of ourselves”