What of the Flower

Your existence matters, for this world is in need of your soul’s beauty. Dhiman Why do you thinkYou’re not as smartWhen your focusIs differentThan theirs Why do you thinkYou cannot giveWhen your gazeIs directedElsewhere What ofThe flowerThat springs from the crackIn the mostUnlikely of places Shall it not blessAnd give some reliefTo a soulAt onceFaintContinue reading “What of the Flower”

O my God, My God! What Have They Done to the Children?

In a culture of goodness, women and children are placed first. In a culture of wickedness, women and children are the first to be eliminated. T. L.Liday Oh my GodMy GodWhat have theyDone to Your children? Children are beheadedChildren taught to fearChildren are rapedChildren taught to hateChildren are enslavedChildren are starvedAll to serve agendasOf theContinue reading “O my God, My God! What Have They Done to the Children?”

Who’s not doing the Math? Cancel Culture Equals Zero

“Some people’s idea of free speech is that they are free to say what they like, but if anyone says anything back, that is an outrage.” Sir Winston Churchill If I cancel you And you cancel me They cancel we We cancel she She cancels he He cancels them Who is left then? Zero.

Five Profound Quotes from Ordinary People That Changed My Life for Good

“You are only really good at a few things. Find what you are good at and surround yourself with people who are good at everything else.” Dr. David Thompson I’ve met countless people who have “that thing” — an indescribable touch — that sets them apart. These are everyday people with extraordinary wisdom. As theyContinue reading “Five Profound Quotes from Ordinary People That Changed My Life for Good”


Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about humility. This was facilitated in part, because I’m in the midst of a paradigm shift. The whole point of a paradigm shift is to rethink the way I think about things; to digest everything I’ve thought about what I’ve been taught and what I believe. Most important inContinue reading “Humility”

Life in the Rearview Mirror

Mirror, mirror in the car How I wonder what you tell In the traffic, in the day Secrets told, by no means kept Looking through monotony I see you bored and caged Male gender  Gap away  Are your thoughts like mine?  Do they wander? Do you ponder? Purpose and eternity As you weave and barelyContinue reading “Life in the Rearview Mirror”

Dear Chameleon

In your mama’s womb Created from a thought Passion at its zenith You blossomed from a kiss Darkness has diverted you Enticed you to imbibe Koolaid of an insidious kind: In order to be lovable Worthy, completely wonderful You must master adaptation It’s the modern compilation They’ve told you time and time again World-hard ChameleonContinue reading “Dear Chameleon”