The Search for Father — The Freedman College

An interesting post from our associates. It asserts that seeking love and power from outside of ourselves is the disease of the unloved. It states that true power is only exhibited by those who have power over themselves. Do good fathers make the best leaders?

Finding it Difficult to Give a Shit?

It is said that a blog (and potentially its whole purpose) is to make personal statements of opinion. Contrary to this, in some ways, in order to avoid the first person kind of narrative talking about oneself tends to produce, I have looked to make many of my blog posts non-personal. Perhaps I’ve been missing [...]

Pause for Time

It can be difficult to be appreciative of anything when we’re suffering. Life can be so challenging at times, that we begin to wonder, what’s the point of it all? We become overwhelmed with our emotional pain and suffering; so overwhelmed, that it pushes out any sense of appreciation, we might have had. It is [...]

Conflict . . . Remove it

What is the true precursor to change? This change must be either internal or external. Internal change is both the easiest and the hardest option. It is easy and hard in equal measure because it is instant. The mind has come to expect change to be a slow and drawn out process, as such, the [...]