Category Archives: Confinement

The Sociopath

« The sociopath typically has a history of cruelty, feeling neither guilt nor remorse for hurting others. They are vindictive, lacking in empathy, and rarely learn from their mistakes. If well-funded, they often escape penalty for wrongdoing. Using real-life examples from … Continue reading

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You’re disappointed?

Has anyone noticed that texting is one of the most dangerous ways to communicate with people? Clearly, all of this falls into what I would call, Communicative Intelligence, which I, perhaps patting myself a little on the back, have. Years … Continue reading

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Knock me down, a poem

Knock me down Gray is the sky. Gray is the feeling I have within me. Bright is the luminosity of the day. Bright is the opposite of what I feel and reminds me of that fact. Cold is the temperature … Continue reading

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Pandemically Speaking, a poem

Pandemically speaking I wake up. I brush my teeth, put in my contacts, comb my beard, and prepare for the day. I do my exercises, open the windows, moving quickly so as to include it as a part of my … Continue reading

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The Positive Side of Boring – a poem

The Positive Side of Boring What I wouldn’t give for some boring time. I am tired. Tired of the drama. The World arena, the National scene, the regional issues, and even venturing into my personal life. It is too much. … Continue reading

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