Adderall: Artificially Amazing.

Considering taking adderall but don’t want to risk awakening an addiction? Click here to read my view on how the benefits of giving in to artificial assistance in dire times may not be so bad. DISCLAIMER: I am NOT promoting drug use of any kind. The intent behind this topic is to help a generation…

The Silent Twins: Ego vs. Spirit

The other day, a friend introduced me to the story of “The Silent Twins”. These twins apparently only spoke to themselves in a language that only they could understand. They read and even wrote novels and as they grew older, to not much of my surprise, began committing crimes. Long story short, they continued to live…

How to be happy in the not-so-happy times.

If you’re anything like me, you have this huge idea of who you “should” be. Not in a “I need to be this kind of person INSTEAD of myself” kinda way, but in a “I know I have the potential to be a better ME than the me I am right now” kinda way. This…

Shine On.

Not everyone will be able to see your light…especially not on those days where you barely can. Some will try to shade it, some will flat out ignore it in hopes that you start to question if it’s even existent in the first place. Shine anyways. As long as you are able to keep it…

Finding God.

Finding God isn’t simply getting baptized in a church or praying everyday, asking for more than what you’re currently blessed to have in the first place. Finding God requires you to develop the strength to look at your self as nakedly and as unbiased than ever. God IS love. Love is more than smiles and…

The Power of Parental Love.

Not long ago, I was watching a David Blaine documentary on Netflix. Other than his unearthly abilities, the thing that really stood out to me was when he mentioned just how much his mother supported his passion for magic. Think about it, how would most people respond to their child saying that they aspire to…

Life: Recover like a dog.

Dogs seem to be super happy all the time…unless you’ve crossed an angry pit-bull of course. However, regardless of their emotional display, it has nothing to do with that of yesterday. Sure, they can be conditioned to fear, nervousness, etc. but somehow…even the most abused of dogs are able to jump and play again with…