Time


“Time is one of the greatest teachers, if only we surrender to pay attention.”

Image: “ether” by Stephanie Valentin

You Are Never Too Far From the Rise or Setting of the Sun


In retrospect, I was never quite satisfied with my existence. I always craved change—differences in the seemingly mundane. At times, I was unsure of said alterations’ natures and origins. I assumed transformation required an external catalyst. It wasn’t until recently that I realized progress begins within. There is infinite power which follows the understanding ofContinue reading “You Are Never Too Far From the Rise or Setting of the Sun”

i forgot the sky is blue: December’s Collection of Poetry and Prose


Painting: “An artist in his studio contemplating a moonlit street from his opened window” by Caspar David Friedrich

Glitter in the Day: Part Two


Recently, I read an article discussing the stagnant nature of a mundane routine. When we find ourselves in never-ending cycles, we can become restless while going through the motions. We risk losing sight of what exactly makes life worth the effort. Upon finishing the piece, I realized that in order to find pleasure in life,Continue reading “Glitter in the Day: Part Two”