The Garden in Your Brain

Have you ever just sat in silence? The kind that sends a chill down your vertebrae, that washes over you with a familiar embrace. Of what it once was like, before the world got its hands on you. Before the weeds took root. It’s the kind of silence that makes the rhythm of your heartbeat … Read more

The Competitive Edge of Compassion

When walking down the street, seldom will you see a smile. More likely than not, it’s a sea rounded shoulders. You will notice heads hanging low, as they sift through notifications to and fro. A culture inundated with cognitively corrosive content, we can’t help but assume that our world is seemingly out to get us. … Read more

A Quick Lowdown on Leadership

The greatest leaders aren’t the ones who lead for the sake of leading. For a name plate, pension plan, or paycheck. Leaders, lead they feel an inarguable pull to nurture, guide, and mentor the evolutions of others, regardless of what they have to offer them.  Leaders don’t look down, on those who look up to … Read more

Sandow Caesar and Success

Success is an interesting metric. A bit like love, it is difficult to define as the meaning is subjectively derived. In a digital age, we are subjected to montages of monumental purchases, of disproportionate monetary value. Leaving humans — that are currently chasing down their demons and dreams — left to feel less than enough. … Read more

Life is Like a Tattoo

I have family members that loathe the looks of permanent ink — particularly on their first born. Assuming it tarnishes the purity of flesh they used to pinch, smooch, and squeeze. Tattoos illustrations on a canvas foreign to all of us. A meat suit we were placed in — and told to love. To treat … Read more