I focus all of my energy into forgiving early.

We spend all of our lives living in the world we build for ourselves with our perceptions. Inside of the world, we make all of our decisions, we interpret all cues and events–and most importantly, we act and react. Our perceptions tint our opinions–allowing us to go from seeing life in vivid color to seeing in 50 Shades of Gray (honestly,…

The Flying Eye Hospital reinstates my hope in humanity

The human mind has been guilty of cooking up some audacious ideas in its lifetime: some that have worked and some that haven’t quite worked. The one commonality between these ideas is that they were. Ideas unite, separate, build, and destroy. Simply put, they’re tools. Like any other tool at our disposal, only their use impacts the…

Our language is too rich to not explore it

As of January 1, 2014, the English language had 1,025,109.8 words. At a rate of creation of one word every 98 minutes or 14.7 words per day and with a total elapsed time of 306.9 days as of the time I write this (November 3, 2014 at 9:31pm), that means that the English language currently…