Now that I am officially done with high school (yay for graduating early!!), I spontaneously decided to record myself while I was driving; at the time I was think about something so I voiced my thoughts out loud…in my car…alone. Call me crazy, but I made some very interesting observations from it! I strongly suggest that you express out loud the thoughts in your head–of course you don’t necessarily have to be as extreme as me and do it while driving or publish it for the whole world to listen to.
On the premiere episode, I discussed empathy, human connection, and ignorance in today’s society. I had 20 minutes of recording at first, but I dwindled it down to about six minutes. I’d love for you to take a seat, buckle up, and enjoy my thoughts while driving.
Someone once told me that if you want to make a person mad at you or not like you almost instantly, you just have to mention “the big three”: Religion, Politics, and Race.
For some reason, these topics are a big no, no in a social conversation. We all have different views, and we don’t like our opinions to be questioned. “My way is the only way!”–funny because just this week I’ve heard so many people say that. Hmm…interesting.
Continue reading “We Are Opinionated People”
In a world where electronic devices are running rampant, we often overlook the power involved in communication. In a world where most conversations are carried through texting, facebook messaging, or other means of social media, we often overlook the power of our words. Instead of sentences filled with meaning and purpose, we have to whip up an ironic, funny, sometimes biased statement in 140 characters or less—all in the hopes of getting the most likes, favorites or retweets. Continue reading “Grab a Coffee to Catch Up With Someone, Not Your Phone.”
Dear Societal Christians,
I wrote a poem for you.
It seems like,
“I grew up in a loving Christian household”,
Automatically constitutes you
As a believer.
I call BS. Continue reading “An Open Letter To “Societal Christians”.”