“From The Mind Of Critic: 2018”

“From the Mind Of Critic: 2018”

This is the fourth 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: 2018”

“The gray area we all live in is constantly evolving, if we adapt instead of resist, we’ll evolve right alongside.”

“Letting go of outcomes is like venturing into the darkness, it’s only scary, if we don’t allow our soul to light the way. Hope and love get us started, conscious action moves us forward.”

“Not sweating the small stuff and paying attention to the bigger picture only works, when we recognize it’s the small things that make up that bigger picture, and we can’t have one without the other.”

“Part of finding our life’s balance is deciphering who we are, what our purpose is, what mark we want to leave, and how we’re willing to adapt to make it happen. Knowledge might keep evolving, but the earlier we absorb, the less we’ll need to catch up. If the only constant in life is change, but we refuse, we’re no longer constant, we’re obsolete.”

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