Love is a Song
There’s nothing more beautiful than the blend of mathematics, emotions, melodies, harmonies, and instruments (vocal and otherwise) that is the gift of song. I do not share in that gift. Both of my parents studied music in college, sing and play instruments. I did not inherit this gift, but I appreciate its imperceptible ability to sway the human spirit.
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My friend, Juliette, challenged me to a month of thankfulness, and so I thought that I would write about that here. So now that Inktober is over, let the #thirtydaysofthanksgiving begin!
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Somebody telling you that God loves you is like when you pick up a star in Super Mario Bros. — Robert R. Fike (@robfike) July 11, 2018 GOD LOVES YOU Continue reading Star Mode
This is a continued journey into Hello and Good Day, a new way to discover love and change things. But to change things, we’re going to have to take a good hard look at ourselves first and decide if what’s inside is worth keeping. Thank you for sticking with me and being a great listener and active participant. Continue reading “Gossip is Cancer”
This is a manifesto. Or, rather, it would be if I were the type of person to make manifestos. It’s not. No, it’s a damn confession. Continue reading “Hello and Good Day”
We can continue squabbling. We can sit atop the high horse. We can pretend we are the moral authority. We can point the finger at someone else for our world’s problems. Or we can reach across the aisle. We can humble ourselves. And we can create something new. Humankind is counting on us to admit that we’re broken and imperfect people. And we may be … Continue reading We don’t have to stay this way
You don’t love them. You don’t. You think you do, but you don’t. You love you. And maybe they love you. And you love that they love you. But you don’t love them. For some reason, you think love is a noun. You say you are in love, as if it were a destination. This destination is a gelatinous amoeba, swallowing you whole, drowning out your … Continue reading You Don’t Love Them